RouteStock creates wines from classic grape varieties grown along well-known routes in the world’s most respected wine regions. Tried, trusted and true to their routes, these wines are handcrafted by our winemakers to be approachable and a reliable favorite.
Route 29 travels through the heart of Napa Valley — a lovely home for Sauvignon Blanc. On a drive down Route 29 you will pass many of the vineyards that supplied grapes for this Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc.
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The 2015 growing season in Napa Valley started out with unseasonably warm temperatures in the late winter and early spring. This resulted in an early budbreak and bloom. Colder temperatures in May (during the peak of bloom) caused uneven fruit set which ultimately resulted in much smaller crop in 2015, compared to both average yields and also the three abundant years that preceded it. The harvest was one of the earliest on record in Napa Valley. While ongoing drought was of great concern to farmers around California, Napa Valley received 75 percent of normal rainfall for the water year, bringing far fewer water concerns for Napa Valley's vintners. – Napa Valley Vintners: Napa Valley Harvest Report 2015
Technical InformationVarietal Composition: Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc
Cases Produced: 2,000 (12/750ml)