January, 2019 | Jeb Dunnuck | 92

2017 Favia Línea Sauvignon Blanc, Coombsville, Napa Valley

Lots of white grapefruit, mint, green Jolly Rancher, and tart peach emerge from the 2017 Sauvignon Blanc, another terrific white from this estate. Possessing medium body, notable concentration, and bright acidity, it’s going to be versatile on the dinner table and keep for 3-4 years.
December, 2016 | Antonio Galloni | 93 Points

2015 Favia Linea Sauvignon Blanc Coombsville

The 2015 Linea is 100% Sauvignon Blanc from a site in Coombsville. Powerful and pliant, the Linea expresses all of the natural richness of the year in its unctuous, racy personality. This is an unusually exotic, dense wine, largely the result of yields that were down by around 50%.
October, 2015 | Antonio Galloni | 94 Points

2014 Favia Sauvignon Blanc Coombsville Linea

The 2014 Linea (Sauvignon Blanc) is striking. Lemon oil, white flowers and mint take shape in a pedigreed, exquisitely beautiful Sauvignon from a dry-farmed site in Coombsville. The blocked malo style keeps the flavors bright an focused throughout, but it is the wine's textural finesse and feel that place it among Napa Valley's finest Sauvignons.
December, 2015 | The Wine Advocate | 90 Points

2014 Favia Línea Sauvignon Blanc Coombsville

Displaying a beautiful nose of honeysuckle, melons and figs, the 2014 Sauvignon Blanc Linea is a beautifully knit, medium-weight, but intense Sauvignon Blanc to drink over the next several years.
December, 2012 | The Wine Advocate | 93 Points

2011 Favia Linéa Sauvignon Blanc Coombsville

The 2011 Linéa Sauvignon Blanc, from a dry-farmed, cold-weather site in Coombsville, is strikingly beautiful. Lemon, yellow peaches, sage and tomato leaf all burst from the glass in this varietally expressive, layered Sauvignon Blanc. Favia’s 2011 Sauvignon Blanc is beautiful and distinctive to the core. The blend is 57% Sauvignon Blanc and 43% Sauvignon Musquet. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2016.