Producer: Crow Vineyard
Region: Maryland
Grapes: 100% sauvignon blanc
Production: 127 cases
ABV: 12.5%
Price: $21*

* Review sample provided by the winery

Crow Vineyard 2017 Sauvignon Blanc

88 points

Aromas of sweet Meyer lemon and tangerines are accented by a light note of ripe summer melons and hay.

On the palate, the citrus flavors turn more towards grapefruit -- both pulp and zest -- with just a little tangerine, and notes of fresh-cut hay leaning to the grassy side.

The star here is the bright acidity that is both nervy and well-integrated. As fresh tasting a wine as you'll find.

About Author

Lenn Thompson, a proud Pittsburgh, PA native, moved to Long Island more than a decade ago and quickly fell in love with the region’s dynamic and emerging wine community. A digital and content marketing and community professional by day, he founded NewYorkCorkReport.com in early 2004 to share his passion for the wines, beers and spirits of New York State. After running that site -- which became the premier source for independent New York wine commentary, reviews and news -- for 12 years, he launched TheCorkReport.us in late 2016 to add the wines of Virginia, Maryland, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Vermont and beyond to his beat. Lenn currently serves as the wine columnist for The Suffolk Times weekly newspaper and is the former editor of the Long Island Wine Gazette. He contributes or has contributed to publications like Wine Enthusiast Magazine, Beverage Media, Edible Brooklyn, Edible East End and Edible Hudson Valley. Lenn served on the board of directors for Drink Local Wine, and is the creator and founder of TasteCamp, an annual regional wine immersion conference for writers and trade. An admitted riesling and cabernet franc fanatic, he’s intensely passionate about eating local and the many local wine regions of America. Lenn lives in Miller Place, NY with his wife Nena, son Jackson, daughter Anna and their dog, Casey Lemieux Thompson.

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