2022 Sauvignon Blanc, Clarksburg

Zesty citrus, minerality, with a poise that captivates.

In the heart of California’s Delta, within the Clarksburg American Viticultural Area (AVA), a story unfolds with the arrival of the 2022 Sauvignon Blanc. Here, where the Sacramento River meets fertile, alluvial soils, the vineyards of Clarksburg breathe life into the Sauvignon Blanc vines, creating a wine that echoes the terroir’s unique identity.

As the 2022 growing season unfolded, the vines in Clarksburg experienced the gentle touch of the Delta breeze and abundant sunshine. The Sauvignon Blanc grapes, bathed in the warm days and cooled by the delta winds at night, ripened with a perfect balance of acidity and vibrant fruit flavors. From the first pour, the 2022 vintage reveals its character—crisp and refreshing, like a zephyr off the river.

With a pale straw hue, this Sauvignon Blanc invites with aromas of citrus blossoms, green apples, and a hint of freshly cut grass. On the palate, balanced minerality and lively acidity dances alongside flavors of grapefruit and tropical fruits, creating a harmonious symphony of freshness. Our top-seller in the Tasting Room!

Alcohol: 12.8%
Cases Produced: 133

Pairing Suggestions

Watermelon and Feta Gazpacho

Watermelon and Feta Gazpacho is a refreshing and unique twist on the traditional Spanish cold soup. This dish perfectly marries the sweetness of watermelon with the salty tang of feta, creating a delightful balance of flavors. Designed to pair seamlessly with the crisp and zesty notes of the Sauvignon Blanc.

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Grilled Chicken with Cilantro Lime Pesto

Grilled chicken gets a flavorful update with cilantro-lime pesto, creating a dish that matches well with the acidity and green notes of the Clark Ferrea Sauvignon Blanc.

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Sustainable Practices through Engaging Experiences

Clark Ferrea is nestled within Zinc House Farm, a working farm and agritourism center in the heart of California’s San Joaquin Valley. Zinc House Farm exists to educate and promote the healthy human connection to the earth and agriculture. Our goal is to enhance that connection by creating a environment that honors our heritage, respects the place and land that sustains life, and celebrate our connection to food, community and the arts.

Learn more about our work at Zinc House Farm

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