Clos Lachance Central Coast 2013 Sauvignon Blanc, $13.00, 86 points, was a very light, almost water clear, brass color with the slightest hint of lime green.
The first whiff of the aroma was a lovely peach with just a hint of citrus and honeysuckle.
Light-bodied with typically good acidity, and though a bit thin, acceptable flavors reflective of the nose were okay, but not quite enough intensity to pair appropriately with my fried haddock.
Finished unremarkable on the trailing palate, just a hint of ginger and the 13.5% alcohol.
Bought at the Derry Hannaford's Super Market.
With over forty 2013 vintage Cali Sauvignon Blanc wines tasted, this is my updated: Best of 2013 Cali SB
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