California Sauvignon Blanc
In 2002, we were judged #1 Pinot noir in the United States for the first crop from Halleck Vineyard Estate, harvested in 2001. This gave us the street-cred to make any wine we chose. I hoped to make a Sancerre. I fell in love with Sancerre as a young man. It is a French wine of Sauvignon Blanc grapes, grown in the village of Sancerre, of the Loire Valley.
If you want to discover a startlingly complex white wine that offers the perfect blend of crisp acidity, tropical notes, and herbaceous green flavors, try our California Sauvignon Blanc. Our Halleck Vineyard Little Sister Sauvignon Blanc has been judged “Best in Class” by Sunset Magazine, and it’s won Gold and Double Gold medals at numerous competitions. We invite you to experience the award-winning taste of this refreshingly complex Sancerre-style wine today....