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It's good to encounter a Sauvignon Blanc without the in-your-face aggressiveness of what this varietal often offers, particularly the globally commercial stuff from New Zealand, and this basic, no-nonsense Trius certainly fits the bill with restrained notes of gooseberry, grapefruit, pineapple, peach, lemon, and herbs, packaged with easy-drinking style (if for the off-putting touch of bitterness that it finishes on). But there's restraint and then there's lack of substance, and at times this seems more like flavoured water than purposeful wine. It's fine for what it is, but that's about it.