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Howdy, wine drinker.
I’m Jacob from I Want You to Drink More Wine.
Today, I’ll be sharing an honest wine review, and suggesting a pairing that complements this wine perfectly.
Today we have a light zesty fresh, we’ll call it a summer dish, right and delicious for you.
Let’s go ahead and check out our wine.
St. Supéry Sauvignon Blanc 2016
We’ve got a 2016 estate bottle.
This is St. Supéry, I believe it’s pronounced out in Napa Valley.
And it’s a Sauvignon Blanc.
I think it’s going to be light, refreshing, and it’s going to go very nicely with this pairing.
Let’s go ahead and check out the pairing.
We’ve got a simple yet zesty taco salad.
This is going to have cheese, avocado, Romaine, chorizo is even in here, some crunchiness, some beans, a nice mixture, and a lemon vinaigrette for the dressing.
It smells so good, and I am hungry.
Let’s go ahead and give this a try.
I want to start off with this wine, because for being inexpensive, it’s showing on Vivino that there’s a lot of positive feedback.
Oh, that is a delicious wine.
Very good wine.
Let’s give it a try with it.
Get some of that chorizo in there, the freshness of everything else.
That’s a great salad.
Oh, this is perfect.
And I think that the Sauvignon Blanc is only coming in at about 12.5%, is that right?
Wow, that doesn’t taste- I’m going to have to give that another ring.
OK, there we go.
I feel the alcohol in the throat more.
This is good though.
This is really good.
Let me know what you think.
And you can go ahead and get this St. Supéry Sauvignon Blanc 2016 out of Napa Valley.
And Vivino, like I said, 4.1 rating, which is solid, and only average price is $17.99.
I don’t think that’s a highly expensive wine.
It’s not low $10, but it’s a good wine.
Give it a try, and until our next video, take care.