Ferrari Carano is a bastion of Sonoma County, and king of Dry Creek Valley.  With a focus on white wines, this Fume Blanc is the driest style of Sauvignon Blanc, that was “invented” or coined, by Robert Mondavi in the 70s.


Aged in 35% older French oak and neutral oak for the remainder, this luscious white is full of melon, lime zest, and citrus notes layered over tropical aromas.

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  1. Safeway has definitely jaeckd up the price of the wines (that I normally buy) for the 30% off sale and the end result is the normal price that I paid before the sale. A near rip-off! In Livermore a Fenestra True Red is normally $10 but for the sale it is $14 (I buy this wine multiple times per month). Other (Livemore) wines are similarly jaeckd up. I am VERY disappointed in Safeway for this deceptive practice.Buyer Beware.

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