Kobler Winery

2010 Anderson Valley Sauvignon Blanc

Sauvignon Blanc •Meyers Vineyard

Anderson Valley (Mendocino County)

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Mission Briefing


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.

Tasting Profile


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

We are a family-owned and operated California winery located in beautiful Sonoma County. The Kobler family have been wine growers for over two generations, and we honor our grandparents’ legacy by continuing the tradition of growing and producing fine, small-production wines. We specialize in Rhone and Burgundian varietals and craft vineyard and valley-designate wines in a style that focuses on delicate flavors with vivid, yet balanced, notes of fruit and spice.

Winemaker Brian Kobler

Brian Kobler, with his 15 years of professional winemaking experience, works to ensure that each wine is made with attentiveness and excellence. Founder Michael Kobler’s oldest son, he has made a name for himself as a winemaker in the valley. Bryan’s passion for winemaking is evident at first sip. His passion for creating both traditional and experimental wines is well known.

“I grew up working in my Grandfather’s Dry Creek vineyard,” he says, “and turned my Father’s hobby into my profession. In my 15 years in the industry I had the privilege to learn from great winemakers at companies such as Korbel, Geyser Peak, and Clos Dubois. I strive to make the best possible wine from the best possible fruit.”

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