What Are We Drinking: Santiago Station Sauvignon Blanc
Pair With: seafood
Description: This dry white wine is from Central Valley, Chile aka “The Devil’s Back” an area known for good dry white wines. I picked this wine up on a whim while shopping for some Sauvignon Blancs to review.
On the nose, you get notes of pear, light floral and citrus. On the tongue crisp pears and citrus. Light bodied with a tangy finish. Crisp and refreshing when chilled. For $5 a bottle, it is not bad at all. I could see myself buying a case of this for entertaining. Enjoy with a meal or alone chilled with some good company.
My Rating: 90/100