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90 points from Wine Spectator: 2020 Sauvignon Blanc! | "8 Thrilling California Sauvignon Blancs Under $20"

September 07, 2021 2 min read

90 points from Wine Spectator: 2020 Sauvignon Blanc! |  "8 Thrilling California Sauvignon Blancs Under $20"

We've gone big time! Where's our private jet!

Just kidding...

But, we will continue producing high quality, affordable wines that punch significantly above their weight. when you are as dedicated to your craft as we are, it's only a matter of time until people start to paying attention. 

This time the Wine Spectator Magazine has given us a 90 point score for our 2020 County Cuvee Sauvignon Blancand featured us in an article titled "8 Thrilling California Sauvignon Blancs Under $20" Our brand is featured at the top of the page alongside some big wineries, whose production of Sauvignon Blanc alone is more than our production for all Lucky Rock Wines(we make 419 cases of Sauv Blanc and several thousand cases total. The smallest production on the list- other than ours- is 2,000 cases of just SB).

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Here's what Mary Ann Worobiec of WS had to say about us:

On the  brand

"Lucky Rock is an exciting new Sonoma label to keep an eye out for. Its sleek Cuvée bottling is memorable not only for its refreshing and tangy Key lime and melon flavors, but also for its eye-catching label, which resembles a tattoo of a snake wrapped around a pickaxe. It turns out that Lucky Rock's founders, brothers Aaron and Jesse Inman, were raised by gold-prospecting parents. The Inmans named their label after one of the more memorable mines from their childhood, and built it around the concept of affordability."

On the 2020 County Cuvee Sauvignon Blanc.

"Tangy Key lime, pomelo and melon flavors are sleek and refreshing, with lingering notes of sea salt and ruby grapefruit that linger on the refreshing finish. Drink now. 419 cases made."

Pretty freakin cool, yeah? 

If you want to read the full article click here.. It is subscription based, but Wine Spectator does some amazing stuff so you may want to subscribe.