Sauvignon Blanc Gamlitz, Sattlerhof
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Sauvignon Blanc Gamlitz, Sattlerhof - 2021

Item # 48956 750mL

Founded in the village of Gamlitz in the 1880s, this family run winery was a pioneer in the prodution of dry whites in the region. Focusing on Sauvignon Blanc, this dry white is aromatic, medium-bodied, and spent 5 months on the fine lees. Pair with shrimp risotto.

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Wine made from grapes grown organically using natural composting techniques and special preparations of herbal sprays while following the astronomical calendar.

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Sauvignon blanc, I must confess, has never found a place in my heart. The grassy, grapefruit notes don't often sit well with me so I often just avoid it all together. This bottle, however, is proof of one of the wine world's lessons in that delight and surprise are always a possibility when you continue to try new things. A life lesson too. The Sattler family has been making wine in the village of Gamlitz since the 1880s. Today the winery is run by two brothers Willi and Hannes who farm organically and allow nature to do most of the talking. Their Sauvignon Blanc spends 5 months on the lees and is the most un sauvignon blanc like wine I've come across. Not a grassy note in sight. The wine is fresh and bright, medium weight with citrus and herbal notes with a slight saline quality. It may make a savvy b lover out of me yet.



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