Wine of the Week: Traynor Sauvignon Blanc

The Traynor Sauvignon Blanc is one of the first bottles of wine I purchased from Prince Edward County when I visited several years ago. I picked up a bottle of the 2018 Sauvignon Blanc last month, and remembered just how delicious it is. Needless to say, the Traynor Sauvignon Blanc has been on my weekly wine rotation since! If you’re familiar with New Zealand Sauvignon Blancs, that’s exactly what this wine reminds me of. Aromas of fresh cut grass lead into lots of fresh fruit flavours like grapefruit, gooseberry and guava. It has a lemony crisp acidity that makes this wine a bit zesty, in a good way! Apart from it’s delicious taste, another reason the Traynor Sauvignon Blanc has been on my weekly wine rotation is because it pairs perfectly with a wide variety of foods. So far I’ve had it with lemon-dill chicken, scallops and shrimp. But it will also work nicely with green salads, goat cheese and light pastas. You can purchase the Traynor Sauvignon Blanc through the winery’s online shop for $20.00. And the Traynor Family Vineyard has one of the best shipping deals I’ve seen – free shipping in Ontario with the purchase of just three bottles of wine.

Traynor Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc

Cheers!~GDW