#5 - Twin Island Sauvignon Blanc 2013: Pale lemon in color along with some intense aromas of passion fruit and papaya with some grapefruit and fresh garden herb notes. The palate is bursting with citrus fruit and thyme, as well as succulent acidity leading to a fine juicy finish.
Since the movie Sideways in 2005, sales of Pinot Noir have skyrocketed throughout the world and especially in the United States. Unfortunately, unlike Cabernet Sauvignon, it is difficult to make high volume, inexpensive Pinot Noir that still smells and tastes like Pinot Noir. So can you get quality at under $20 a bottle?