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    *4W* 2019 Knights Bridge "KB" Sauvignon Blanc (Knights Valley, Sonoma County, CA)

    4W

    Techniques like neutral barrels, lees contact, and cement tanks add body and texture

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    *4W* 2019 Knights Bridge "KB" Sauvignon Blanc (Knights Valley, Sonoma County, CA)

    Knight’s Valley is the easternmost appellation in Sonoma, situated on the slopes of the Mayacamas mountain range. Here, grapes are grown in rhyolitic volcanic soil, giving the wine a unique mineral character on the palate. On the nose the wine exudes fragrant aromas of citrus blossom, lime, and pear.

    About The Varietal

    Sauvignon Blanc

    Sauvignon Blanc is a white-wine grape originating from western France, and it has achieved success in both emerging and established wine regions globally. This grape variety is known for producing lightly colored, aromatic, and dry white wines with a refreshing acidity.

    About The Producer

    Knights Bridge

    Knights Bridge vineyard is nestled on the pristine west side of Knights Valley, the warmest appellation in Sonoma County. It was here that the family decided to create Knights Bridge Winery with the singular goal of producing world-class wines. Black Winemaker, Derek Baljeu, joined the Knights Bridge team in 2019 and was promoted to winemaker in 2021. “Regardless of region or variety, [Derek thinks] balance and complexity are the most important factors in a great wine. It is the interplay of the acidity, weight, finish, aroma, and flavor that create harmony and complexity that always has you wanting more.”

    4W

    Techniques like neutral barrels, lees contact, and cement tanks add body and texture