2019 Silver Trident Symphony No.9 Sauvignon Blanc

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The Winery Background

Earlier this year had an opportunity to visit the tasting room of Silver Trident. Beyond excellent wines, they provided a unique pairing with their wines – potato chips from around the world. Here is the link to this quick story:


(Photo ©Michael Kelly)

The Wine -2019 Silver Trident Symphony No.9 Sauvignon Blanc

(Photo ©Michael Kelly)

One of the wines purchased was their delicious 2019 No.9 Sauvignon Blanc. This made my annual list of Best Wines Tasted, for 2022 (published last week). A very unique Sauvignon Blanc. On the eyes, very pale straw in color, but it packed a startling punch. On the nose, floral scents of honeysuckle and mellow green apple. On the palate, soft embracing citrus of Meyer lemon zest, a hint of lime and blanched almonds. The finish provided a honeydew melon that was welcomed and provided a medium long conclusion to each luscious sip. The current release is the 2021 vintage and is listed at $36/bottle.

The Food and Wine Pairing

(Photo ©Michael Kelly)

A light dinner last week with some fresh Ahi tuna, sashimi style. We were in Modesto and picked up almost three quarters of a pound from Ohana Seafood. Went with a modicum of wasabi and ginger in order to appreciate this wonderful, crisp and refreshing Sauvignon Blanc.






One thought on “2019 Silver Trident Symphony No.9 Sauvignon Blanc

    wordsrangtrue said:
    December 20, 2022 at 12:36 am

    We were in the wine club for a while. Excellent wines and nice people. Not a huge fan of the potato chips but maybe it’s because I remember the glorious bite pairings they did previously. I believe Kari Auringer is still the winemaker. She’s also at the helm at Cornerstone, another favorite.


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