Shun Minowa "Jai guru dewa" 2020

Blend of Muscat (grape) / Sauvignon blanc / Ortrugo / Malvasia
A still orange wine from the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy.


Aromatic & elegant. Honey & tropical fruit.

Tasting Notes

Jai guru dewa 2020 has a beautiful golden colour.

On the nose it’s aromatic, full and elegant with honey and elderflower, tropical fruit and specifically ripe, aromatic mango.

The mouthfeel is full, round. It’s smooth yet a touch grippy. It’s very juicy and fulfilling!

The finish is medium long and delicious.

90
Score 90

My score / points

Shun Minowa "Jai guru dewa" 2020
Jai guru dewa (2020) Review
Estate making Jai guru dewa Estate Shun Minowa
Jai guru dewa (2020) Label Jai guru dewa
Style of Jai guru dewa Style Orange & Still
Country of Shun Minowa Country Italy
Region of Shun Minowa Region Emilia-Romagna
Grape blend of Jai guru dewa Grapes Muscat (grape), Sauvignon blanc, Ortrugo, Malvasia
Vintage of Jai guru dewa Vintage 2020
My review of Jai guru dewa Points
90

How it's made

The wine spends 1 month in contact with the skins in concretes tubs.

   

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Sauvignon blanc

Green-skinned grape variety that originates from the Bordeaux region of France

Sauvignon blanc is a green-skinned grape variety indigenous to France’s Bordeaux region. Due to its early origins as an indigenous grape in South West France, the grape’s name is most likely derived from the French words sauvage (“wild”) and blanc (“white”). It’s believed to be a descendant of Savagnin. Sauvignon blanc is a crisp, dry, and refreshing white varietal wine grown in many wine regions around the world. The grape is also used in the popular Sauternes and Barsac dessert wines. Sauvignon blanc is grown extensively in France, Chile, Romania, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Bulgaria, and the United States’ states of Washington and California. Some Sauvignon blancs from the New World, especially those from California, are referred to as “Fumé Blanc,” a marketing term coined by Robert Mondavi to refer to Pouilly-Fumé.

Link to here... | Derived from 'Sauvignon blanc' on Wikipedia
   

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