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    2022 Dodon Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc (Davidsonville, MD) 3W


    Slightly more fruit and body thanks to warmer climates and riper grapes

    2022 Dodon Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc (Davidsonville, MD) 3W

    A blend of 5 clones of Sauvignon Blanc and aged sur lie for five months this flagship wine is both complex and a crowd pleaser. Not too tart and not overly green this wine reminds us that expertise can bring out the best in a region. Tropical fruits dominate this wine with a refreshing finish that leaves you to wonder, if a bottle truly is a single serving.

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    About The Varietal

    Sauvignon Blanc

    Sauvignon Blanc is a white-wine grape originating from western France, and it has achieved success in both emerging and established wine regions globally. This grape variety is known for producing lightly colored, aromatic, and dry white wines with a refreshing acidity.

    About The Producer

    The Vineyards at Dodon

    Polly, the owner, grew up at Dodon when it was an active tobacco farm. After 16 years in Argentina, where she was involved in human rights work and raised her three daughters, she was eager to return home. In 2005, Polly and Tom relocated to Dodon, collaborating with her extended family to protect the farm and produce these delightful wines. Additionally, Polly teaches health policy at George Washington University. "As part of the eighth generation of the family to raise our children and grandchildren on this ever-changing property, we are acutely aware of our good fortune. But that good fortune is also a reminder of our obligation to work forcefully, persistently, and constructively not just towards better environmental stewardship of the land but also to advance a more equitable society. Like the history of this country, the farm's history is both wonderful and painful. Both need to be acknowledged."


    Slightly more fruit and body thanks to warmer climates and riper grapes