Charles Shaw Sauvignon Blanc

Offers a nutty nose with a hint of petroleum. On the tongue, there’s none of the bracing acidity one expects from Sauvignon Blanc; instead, there’s a creaminess that suggests malolactic fermentation. Not much flavor beyond some hints of melon. This is really more like a cheap Chardonnay (without the typical butter notes). It’s drinkable. And for two bucks, that’s all you can fairly expect.