The 2015 Sauvignon Blanc is unoaked and comes in at 13% alcohol. Opening with some delicacy, it also then provides all that Sauvignon grass and green while surrounding an elegant mid-palate with big hits of acidity. It is rather green–it is classic Sauvignon. It eventually shows rather good concentation, too. Its fresh feel, all that zing and zest, makes it particularly juicy this year, as it dribbles the fruit over the palate. It remains persistent. This is a pretty consistent bottling at this point and one of my perennial summer favorites. This is perhaps the best yet. Even so, it may have been overshadowed by the fine performance from the Malagousia this issue. It is a good problem to have. It is also a fine value.
91 points, eRobertParker.com (Issue # 225 - Jun 2016)