Tom Gore 2015 Sauvignon Blanc, $10.99-$14.99, 85 points, poured a light gold color grading clear toward the glass wall.
Grassy smells with a bit of fresh-cut hay and a subtle floral note were just okay for me.
The light body carried a not quite Cali-like SB which was just crisp and acidic enough, but seemed a bit weaker than most of the 2015 Cali SBs I've tasted.
Flavors of pear and cantaloupe, though okay, were lacking in intensity.
Finished fair with just a hint of white pepper, the trailing palate, and a typical, but innocuous 13.5% alcohol.
Paired okay with my Crab Rangoon and Chinese vegetables.
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