My meeting with Michael Honig, the president of Honig Vineyard and Winery in Napa Valley, enlightened me on his family’s long-time focus on Sauvignon Blanc as the first grape they grew and produced in their Rutherford vineyard. This completely solar-run winery focuses on two varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon as their red and Sauvginon Blanc as their white. Their entry-level 2007 Sauvignon Blanc ($16) is crisp and citrusy. For me there was also a touch of honey, which harkens back to the German root of the winery’s name: Honig. The 2.4 % Sémillion in the blend rounds off the wine, adding a bit of weight. This wine reminded me to explore more Sauvignon Blancs from different regions of the world.