The Dragonette 2012 Vogelzang Sauvignon Blanc (Happy Canyon of Santa Barbara) wine is of the Sauvignon Blanc variety from the USA, produced within the Vogelzang vineyard in the California province. The cost is $42. This wine has a score of 87/100 (a very good score, indicating better reviews than most).
The following reviews are UNVERIFIED and may be inaccurate – please contact us if you feel the comments below are incorrect.
Pretty and fruity, this has a rich, velvety texture. It has a strong mineral texture that gives balance to the fresh acidity and bright acidity. The aftertaste shows the wine’s juicy potential. Drink now.
The 1st Estate of Chteau Monty is a heavily wooded, wood-aged estate in the Central Rhne region. The 18 months in wood, combined with the ripe black fruits and layers of spice, give the wine a lush, sweet and smooth texture. It is already balanced and ready to drink.
This is a concentrated, perfumed wine that opens with a long, earthy scent of ripe berry, wood and tobacco. The dense palate delivers layers of black cherry, tobacco, sweet spice, vanilla and a hint of anise alongside firm, velvety tannins. Enjoy soon.
This wine is a heavyweight from the start, with its dark, spicy berry and spice aromas and flavors. The tannins are still a bit rough, so the finish is a bit fiery.
This is a ripe, full-bodied wine with its meaty, peppery, herbal character. It has a penetrating, green edge to the fruit that will allow it to age. Drink from 2017.
There are plenty of wines that will be improved by this new vintage, and the already exceptional Sauvignon Blanc, Tinta Blanca and Ferno Pinta. In this bottling, the fruit is so concentrated that it’s almost smoky. It’s a complex wine, a deep, concentrated wine, with dense, ripe blackberry fruits and an intense finish. But with the power of this wine, there is no harm in aging it through at least 2019.
Click the pages below to view other reviews on this wine.