An autumnal taste for Californian Sauvignon Blanc.
Special To The Jewish Week
For many a wine drinker, one’s choice is as often dictated by the season as by any other factor. I know this is true for me; while I may love dry rosés, for instance, I am unlikely to drink them any time but during the summer. Likewise, I’m unlikely to drink a full-bodied Port — a favorite wintertime tipple — anytime from May through September.
However there are some wines, like Sauvignon Blanc, that just seem right any time of the year.
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