This wine displays melon, crisp grapefruit and hints of tropical passionfruit that are inviting on the nose and palate. There are also layers of lemon and vanilla that provide a lively mouthfeel on the finish. Perfect for any occasion, especially for a relaxed night in at home.

Growing Conditions

The historic Priest Ranch is a part of the Somerston Estate, a significant property totaling 1,615 acres with 215 acres planted to hillside vineyards. The dramatic elevations of the vineyards define and distinguish the estate, ranging from 800 ft to 2,400 ft above sea level. The wines of Priest Ranch are blends from multiple blocks that showcase the diversity and complexity of the combined property. The 2017 vintage of our Priest Ranch Sauvignon Block has fruit from blocks 71, 81 and 124.

The warm summer days and crisp nights provided ideal conditions for producing balanced fruit with grape ripeness, bright acidity and full flavor throughout the near-perfect growing season.


In 2017, we harvested our Sauvignon Blanc vineyards on August 23rd, August 31st, and September 1st.


Bottled in April of 2018.


Priest Ranch Sauvignon Blanc was fermented in 100% stainless steel drums with native yeast at a controlled 60 degrees F. When primary fermentation was complete; the wine was then sulfured to prevent Malolactic fermentation.


Aged on the lees in stainless steel drums for seven months, stirred twice a week and then just once a week for the last three months.

Food Pairing

If you're looking to enjoy a glass of Sauvignon Blanc with appetizers, this wine pairs wells with creamy cheeses such as Humbolt Fog or Brie. It also pairs well with foods such as oysters, artichoke crab paella, pesto pasta ravioli, or even green vegetables.