2010 Anderson Valley Sauvignon Blanc
Sauvignon Blanc •Meyers Vineyard
Anderson Valley (Mendocino County)
Harbinger of Spring
Today’s Kobler Winery 2010 Anderson Valley Sauvignon Blanc is a bright, delicious, crisp, refreshing and lively wine that can be enjoyed in a wide variety of settings, with a plethora of food pairings.
If you open your bottles, soon, let this wine transport you to visions of spring and summer. Just buy enough to keep on hand until your springtime arrives.
This thrilling wine is presented in a Burgundy-style bottle, rather than a traditional Sauvignon Blanc bottle. We’re intrigued.
A super pale, straw yellow through and through.
Crisp and aromatic, with green apple, white peach, orange zest, lemon grass, sweet vanilla, and a slight hint of buttery brioche.
Very refreshing, with flavors very similar to the nose, higlighted by subtle notes of sweet fruit, citrus, and brioche.
This is a very approachable and easy drinking wine, with a wonderful crispness on the palate. Just the right amount of acidity to pair very well with foods.
A homemade veggie pizza, with whole wheat dough, fresh mozzarella, scallions, and shaved asparagus.
What the Winery Says
The 2010 California harvest was challenging but growersand winemakers were relieved and enthusiastic about the quality. A wet spring followed by a late start and long, cool growing season ending with a heat spike allowed grapes to reach maturity, with several regions reporting slightly lower sugars, higher acids and deep colors and flavors.
Our 2010 Sauvignon Blanc is elegantly crisp and refershing with hints of grass, lemon, and green apple.
- Brian Kobler
- 86 Points - Wine Enthusiast
- Anderson Valley, Mendocino County, California
- Meyers Vineyard
- Fruit Variety
- 75% Sauvignon Blanc, 25% Semillion
About the Winery
In the mid-90′s the Koblers bought a five-acre apple farm in the lower Russian River Valley. Mike and his brother could see the region known as “Green Valley” was perfect to grow cold-climate Syrah, and so they did. The Syrah grown in this region creates a unique flavor profile and the ability to produce 90 plus point wines.
In 2000, the Koblers began selling their fruit to Pax Winery. The winemaker had a passion for Rhône wines and the Kobler grapes proved to be a perfect fit. In 2003, Pax scored a 95 for a Kobler Family Vineyards Pax Syrah. To this day the grapes continue to be sold to wineries looking for an ultra-premium, cool-climate Syrah.
In 2009, The Koblers created Kobler Estate Winery, allowing them to share their passion with the public. The wines showcase a love of the vineyard and a desire to create handcrafted wines, mainly Rhône varietals.