A bottle of Inglenook Sauvignon Blanc sitting on a round marble cafe table in the shade with dappled light in the distance. The bright yellow and blue sail of a pond yacht is out of focus in the background.

Sauvignon Blanc

In 2011 the Inglenook winemaking team explored the idea of creating a Sauvignon Blanc–-French for "wild white"––by grafting clones of that varietal onto a selection of our Petite Sirah vines and were delighted to discover a citrusy white wine exhibiting floral qualities. The 2013 vintage marked the debut of Inglenook's Sauvignon Blanc with a notable bouquet and a crisp palate, perfectly suited for summer meals.