SVB Russian River Valley Sauvignon Blanc 2020

Award Winner

San Francisco International Wine Competition
Bronze – 2021

San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition
Silver – 2022

You can find brilliant Sauvignon Blanc in several regions around the globe—France’s Loire Valley (its spiritual home), New Zealand’s Marlborough (the modern star) and, of course, California. For the Golden State’s finest Sauvignon, savvy fans head to Sonoma County’s premium Russian River Valley.

What makes the Russian River Valley such a great Sauvignon spot? It enjoys a cool climate, thanks to the nearby Pacific Ocean and the cooling breezes that drift along the Russian River. These factors prevent the Sauvignon Blanc grapes from over-ripening and help lock in the variety’s trademark zip and zing. Add in a little help from Mother Nature (2020 was yet another solid vintage for California), and you’ve got the perfect recipe for world-class Sauvignon Blanc—it even won the bronze at the San Francisco International Wine Competition.

SVB might be short in name, but it’s not at all short on flavor. Look forward to expressive elderflower notes, supported by vibrant guava and citrus fruits. Elegant and fresh, it’s an invigorating aperitif and equally tasty with seafood, salads or soft cheeses


United States


Sauvignon Blanc


Russian River Valley