The Dutton Estate 2013 Cohen Vineyard Dutton Ranch Sauvignon Blanc (Russian River Valley) wine is of the Sauvignon Blanc variety from the USA, produced within the Cohen Vineyard Dutton Ranch vineyard in the California province. The cost is $23. This wine has a score of 84/100 (a very good score, indicating better reviews than most).
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This is a fresh and fruity wine made entirely from Chardonnay. The zesty acidity and the fresh citrus fruits give it a crisp edge to the fresh and juicy fruit. Light acidity ensures it will be a fine apritif. Drink from 2017.
This is a soft, ripe wine with an attractive red-fruit character, light acidity and a fresh, tangy aftertaste. It can be drunk now, although it will be better from early 2017.
The power and grip of the top of the range for this brand, this is a full bodied wine, loaded with blackberry and cranberry fruit. It still needs time to fully develop, so drink from 2018.
Wild berry and cassis aromas are perfectly American, while the palate is dry, tannic and muscular in feel. Apple and citrus flavors finish with a hint of oak.
This is a delicious, fruity wine that opens with aromas of cut grass, strawberry and a whiff of pea. The mouthfeel is smooth and pleasant, and flavors of sweet grapefruit and apricot are balanced by a burst of acidity. Enjoy now and over the next year or two.
This is a ripe and fruity wine, with a background of acidity and a bright, crisp aftertaste. It’s full of red fruits, juicy acidity and a mineral texture that gives a crisp aftertaste. The wine is ready to drink.
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