Alma de Cattleya, Sauvignon Blanc, Sonoma County, 2020 is a true example of how a Sauvignon Blanc should smell and taste like.
This spring-in-a-bottle wine, boasts aromas of lime, citrus blossom, passionfruit, grapefruit and cantaloup. It’s lively and fragrant with mouthwatering acidity.
The grapes are sourced from different vineyards from Sonoma County, then hand-sorted and gentle pressed. The final juices are racked after removing heavy lees. The wine is fermented in neutral oak barrels and stainless steel tanks. This meticulous process is key to ensure the freshness and distinguished aromas of the grapes.
How to Pair This Wine?
This Alma de Cattleya, Sauvignon Blanc is great to pair with herb-packed salads like tabouleh. Would be fun with Guacamole, Boursin cheese on crostini, or any fresh goat cheese. Try it with garlicky shrimps or fish with lemon-butter sauce.
Serve at 7-10°C/45-50°F
Who is Bibiana Gonzales Rave?
Born and raised in Colombia, Bibiana had little exposure to wine culture. But she knew she would become a winemaker at a very young age and she began her journey when she moved to France to study viticulture and oenology. In her pursuit of excellence, Bibiana has worked with some of the best wineries in France.
Bibiana’s label Cattleya was born in 2012. Since then, Bibiana has earned accolades for all her wines and those of her clients as wine consultant.
“The goal of Alma de Cattleya wines is to represent the purity of the varietals of their specific viticultural area. From rich reds to lush pinks and crisp whites, Alma wines are bright and cheerful.”
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