Three whites to race through and get caught up on my reviewing.
First is a 2011 Le Seudiero generic white from Pocapaglia in Piedmont. It's been long enough that I don't remember much about it, but a nice all around white, good for chicken or cream sauced pasta or just about any summer dish (maybe not steaks on the grill).
Second is a 2010 Mutt Lynch sauvignon blanc from Livermore, CA. I like sauvignon blancs, but I thought this one was a little thin and one dimensional and too sweet for the lack of well-rounded notes. I drank it all over a couple nights. It almost seemed a little better the second night after it had opened up.
Last, a 2008 Azienda Agricola Monte del Fra Ca del Magro Custoza Superiore. No idea what most of that means. This comes from Sommacompagna near Verona in the Veneto. This was my favorite of the three: nice citrus flavors, well rounded, not too sweet. A great summer wine for just about any summertime meal.