IWC 90 Pts - According to International Wine Cellar - Bright aromas of tropical fruits, lemon, gooseberry and white pepper, plus a rocky nuance. Offers good musky lift to the intense tropical fruit flavors. Finishes bright and tight, with pleasing savory length. A very good value.
Silver Medal - San Diego International Wine Competition -
According to Robert Parker - Ed Sbragia, who did an amazing job at Beringer for a few decades, now has his own label and has turned out a beautiful 2012 Sauvignon Blanc from Dry Creek Valley. This barrel-fermented, lees-stirred Sauvignon displays a good deal of texture, crisp acids and notes of caramelized grapefruit, figs and melons. It is ideal for drinking over the next several years.
According to Wine Enthusiast - Like a touch of green peppercorn and gooseberry in your Sauvignon Blanc? Then this stylishly elegant one will appeal. It’s crisp in acidity, with citrus fruit flavors leading to a honeyed finish.
According to Antonio Galloni - One of the great values in California, Sbragia's 2012 Sauvignon Blanc is laced with grapefruit, lemon oil, white flowers, tomato leaf and sage. The blocked malo style results in a wine that is bright and focused, while the generosity of the 2012 vintage adds an attractive layer of creaminess. There is a lot to like here. 100% Sauvignon Blanc. 13.5% ABV. Rated 90+