I know, I know…it seems completely out of left field to feature a Sauvignon Blanc in the fall. But that is exactly what Left Field wines is all about! Left Field embraces the unexpected, the weird and the wonderful. Like a Sauvignon Blanc in autumn! I had the opportunity to taste the Left Field Sauvignon Blanc last week, and it is everything you’d expect in a New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc. It’s a medium-bodied dry wine with a vibrant acidity. You’ll find flavours of grapefruit, lemongrass and green herb. While a Sauvignon Blanc will not typically pair well with traditional western fall foods, it is a great accompaniment to Asian autumn dishes. Try the Left Field Sauvignon Blanc with an Asian fall pear salad, Vietnamese pumpkin pork soup or Japanese fried oysters. Find this wine of the week at the LCBO for $20.00. Think outside the box this fall with the Left Field Sauvignon Blanc and embrace the imagination, creativity and exploration that a new season can bring!