• Fish House Sauvignon Blanc



    88 Points, Best Value2014 VintageWine SpectatorHarvey SteimanDecember 31, 2015

    "Bright and sleek, brimming with green tea–scented pear and floral flavors that echo nicely on the dry finish." 

    88 Points - Recommended2013 VintageWine SpectatorHarvey SteimanMarch 31, 2015

    "Light and frisky, with deft darts of green apple and celery pointing toward the zippy finish."

    Fish House Sauvignon Blanc- Best Buy2013 VintageWine EnthusiastNovember 1, 2014
    87 Points2013 VintageTasting Panel MagazineAnthony Dias BlueSeptember 1, 2014

    Ripe and juicy, peachy and tangy with crisp acidity; racy, dense and clean.

    Recommended2012 VintageSante MagazineNovember 1, 2013
    Best Buy2012 VintageWine EnthusiastSean SullivanSeptember 1, 2013
    88 Points2010 VintageWine SpectatorHarvey SteimanOctober 15, 2011A lively white, lilting with grapefruit, pineapple and pear fruit, showcasing a hint of herb on the finish. Drink now. -Harvey Steiman, October 15, 2011
    88 Points - Best Buy2010 VintageWine EnthusiastPaul GreguttSeptember 1, 2011

    Pure varietal, bracing and pleasantly grassy. This brings bright, herbaceous flavors of melon and citrus to the front, with a lemony snap that is indeed the sort of wine that goes well with many types of seafood, from oysters on up to halibut steaks. -Paul Gregutt, September 2011

    Recommended2010 VintageThe Seattle TimesPaul GreguttAugust 13, 2011Bright fruit flavors of melon and citrus have a lemony snap. This is the sort of wine that goes well with many types of seafood, from oysters on up to halibut steaks. - Paul Gregutt, August 13, 2011
    88 Points - Best Buy2008 VintageWine EnthusiastPaul GreguttAugust 1, 2010

    "It's bright and herbaceous, clean and green, with plenty of lively acidity and a hint of white pepper." - Paul Gregutt, August 2010

    86 Points2007 VintageWine SpectatorJune 30, 2009
    Recommended - Ideal Oyster-Wine Pairing2006 VintageSeattle Magazine Shannon BorgFebruary 28, 2008

    Fish House Chardonnay "has all that an oyster wine should." - Shannon Borg

    Best of 20132012 VintageNovember 30, -0001

    tasting notes

    Dry grass, white grapefruit, melon and floral aromas lead to lime zest, kiwi, and yellow plum on the front of the palate. White peach and dried apricot flavors linger on the finish.

    winemaking notes

    • Vintage: 2016
    • Varietal Blend: 100% Sauvignon Blanc
    • Appellation: 93% Yakima Valley, 7% Columbia Valley
    • Alcohol: 13.11%
    • TA: 5.9 g/L
    • pH: 3.17
    • Fining: Claril SP, Bentonite
    • Oak/Stainless Details: 100% Stainless 
    • Food Pairing: Grilled Chicken, Scallops, Roasted Vegetables, and of course...FISH.