NAPA’S FAVORITE SAUVIGNON BLANC: THREE THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW

NAPA’S FAVORITE SAUVIGNON BLANC: THREE THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW

Rolando Fernandez
Originating at Château d’Yquem in Bordeaux, Clone 1 was brought to California’s Livermore Valley in 1884 and eventually made its way to the Napa Valley. To create St. Supéry’s own field selection of Clone 1, winemaker Michael Scholz walked the vineyard rows to single out and propagate healthy vines that produce exceptional fruit. He’s been repeating this meticulous process for the last 20 years, and the result is a unique field selection that provides tremendous intensity and purity of fruit, beautiful aromatics, and zesty citrus notes on the palate.
NAPA’S FAVORITE SAUVIGNON BLANC: THREE THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW

NAPA’S FAVORITE SAUVIGNON BLANC: THREE THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW

Rolando Fernandez
Originating at Château d’Yquem in Bordeaux, Clone 1 was brought to California’s Livermore Valley in 1884 and eventually made its way to the Napa Valley. To create St. Supéry’s own field selection of Clone 1, winemaker Michael Scholz walked the vineyard rows to single out and propagate healthy vines that produce exceptional fruit. He’s been repeating this meticulous process for the last 20 years, and the result is a unique field selection that provides tremendous intensity and purity of fruit, beautiful aromatics, and zesty citrus notes on the palate.