Having a few more vintages of experience under our belts with the two small blocks of Sauvignon Blanc at Bedrock Vineyard, we are starting to see some subtle differences created by the gentle contours and soil shifts. Though planted next to each other, using the same Musqué clone on the same Los Robles Cobbly Loam soil, we have started to see an interesting, and happily complimentary, difference arise between the two. Block 2, which has a bit more rock and a subtle rise on its north end, tends to be quite aromatically detailed, more structured, and very delineated in mouthfeel. Block 3, which is less rocky and has more clay-loam, tends to have more vigorous vines that lead to wines that are more generous in body and richness (and perhaps a trace more obvious). For the Bedrock Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc, we decided to build the wine around the tactile Block 2 and blend in a little bit of Block 3 for some weight and fruit. Both lots were barrel fermented in a range of barrel sizes, and this wine has a bit of new oak from our favorite coopers.