Dark Horse Sauvignon Blanc
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California grapes with a New Zealand attitude. New Zealand-style Sauvignon Blancs have become wildly popular for their bright flavors and ability to play well with cuisines from around the world. Winemaker, Beth Liston knew that with a little planning and a lot of know-how, she could achieve that same unmistakable vibrancy with locally-sourced California grapes.View all products by Dark Horse Wine
Straw yellow with noticeable hints of chartreuse radiating along the edge. That's the first thing you'll notice about Dark Horse Sauvignon Blanc. On the nose it contains multitudes. Its citrus is lively, but you won't get your typical California Sauvignon Blanc. There's more than just grass and green pepper.
Eventually, you'll discover that tropical fruit takes center stage, though a juicy green pepper pulls back the curtain before a refreshing dose of acidity. Overall, there are great citrus components and no oak. It's crisp, lively and refreshing.
Make a plate of raw oysters pop with Dark Horse Sauvignon Blanc or dig into a plate of fried clams. Try it with a soft creamy goat cheese like Cypress Grove's Humboldt Fog. Let it dance with a plate of heirloom tomatoes and fresh mozzarella drizzled with olive oil and a balsamic reduction. No food? No problem. Bring Dark Horse Sauvignon Blanc to the beach, the park, or any place where the sun is shining. Day drinking is encouraged here.
Winemaker Beth Liston isn't afraid to push boundaries, experiment or get her hands dirty. Considering she's in Modesto, it makes sense that Liston blends Sémillon and Albariño with her Sauvignon Blanc, which is harvested early to maintain its characteristics, then aged in stainless steel. In Dark Horse Sauvignon Blanc, she brings New Zealand's characteristics with California fruit and delivers a luscious wine.
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Anyone can have a great label, but it's what's inside that counts. Dark Horse is possible because of the unstoppable visionaries who pour everything into creating these shockingly good wines. Based in Modesto, CA, this tireless team has taken Dark Horse from complete unknown to a real contender. Leading the charge is Beth Liston, a winemaker crazy enough to believe that with the right planning and technique, a reasonably priced wine could actually be ridiculously good. Pretty bold if you think about it.