Proud Pour Sauvignon Blanc

Proud Pour Sauvignon Blanc


  • The fruit is sourced in Mendocino County from sustainably grown vineyards.
  • Every bottle of Sauvignon Blanc sold restores 100 oysters back to the wild!

Varietal Composition: 100% Sauvignon Blanc

Elaboration: Grapes are gently crushed and fermentation takes place in stainless-steel tanks. After racking, the young wine refines in stainless steel tanks shortly before bottling.

Tasting Notes: Bright, refreshing wine with a rich bouquet of flavors. Hints of citrus and stone fruit transition onto the palate, accompanied by a pleasant minerality and vibrant acids that finish smoothly. This wine’s balanced profile and clean finish are sure to please any oyster lover.




Berlin Kelly founded Proud Pour in 2014 as a way to connect her passion for high-quality, sustainable foods and wines with her concern for the environment. She had begun creating fermented beverages as part of New York City’s Homebrewer’s Guild, and the light bulb went off one evening when she was drinking wine, eating oysters, and watching ShellShocked, a documentary about the oyster’s decline and efforts in New York to restore it. Soon after, Proud Pour was born.

Proud Pour works with exceptional winemakers to bring you high quality, sustainable drinks that fund local environmental restoration. Every time you buy a bottle of Mendocino Country Sauvignon Blanc, Proud Pour will fund one of their 22 nonprofit environmental partners to restore 100 wild oysters to local waters. This group of hardworking bivalves will filter 3,000 gallons of water a day, protecting coastlines from erosion, and provide habitat for fish, crabs, shrimp, and thousands of other species. By the way, eating oysters is good for the planet! Oyster farms improve water quality in the ecosystem around them, and the shells from oysters we eat can be collected and returned to the water as the foundation for new wild reefs. To date, sales of Sauvignon Blanc have helped restore over 11 million wild oysters.

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