October 16, 2013

Taylors Sauvignon Blanc 2012

 

The Taylor family can be relied on to produce good quality wines at smart prices. This one is from the cool climes of South Australia’s Adelaide Hills.

A good Australian Sauvignon Blanc that offers ripe passionfruit and citrus with a handful of herbs. Varietally correct, it is a dry, medium bodied white that is kept fresh by the crisp green apple acid.  This acid gets a little harder on the finish so take this wine to lunch or dinner, or have a glass while cooking and then take it to the table to get the best out of it.

Drink it with foil wrapped perch topped with slices of lemon and herbs and served with a salad fresh from the garden.

Date: May 2013   Price:  $15 – $17   Value: $$   Drink: Now

Note: Taylors sell their wine as Wakefield Wines in the USA

 

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