Hall Napa valley 2011 Sauvignon Blanc, $17.99-$22.99, 91 points, began with a light lemon/lime color.
The aroma was a beautiful lychee, tangerine, and sweet melon.
The light-plus body had good acidity and flavors reflective of the aromas with some rather neutral beech-wood, slight hints of fresh-cut grass and grapefruit.
The 2011 Hall Sauvignon Blanc finished long on the trailing palate, ginger, and a potent 14.8% alcohol.
Paired well with General Tso's chicken and our Chinese cuisine.
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