Notes of sweet pea blossoms, freesia and ripe stone fruits perfume this beautifully executed blend of Riesling and Gewürztraminer. Light on it’s feet, with zippy acidity, it’s a crisp, thirst-quenching white that finishes on a lavishly floral note.
This is a fresh and friendly white with a floral nose and crisp flavors of pear and lemon. Overall, the wine has body and a dry, elegant character. Pair with seafood or Asian cuisine.
Rose petals and sweet raspberry candy perfume this dry yet lusciously fruity rosé. It’s easy-drinking, bearing generous black-plum and cherry flavors, with just a hint of ripe briar. This is a perfect apéritif or accompaniment to spicy Thai or Indian cuisine. Drink now.
With its integrated nose of violet, spice and berry, and its balanced flavors of pepper, mocha and coffee, this wine has an ageable appeal. It’s a touch dry, but the tannins are sturdy, the finish long and the overall package impressive. Pair with venison, veal or even cioppino for added value.
Initial aromas of vanilla, cherry, and espresso yield to fresh black earth on the palate. It’s medium-bodied and crisp, with the a good spread of well-tamed tannins. Medium, one-dimensional finish. Drink now.
Exhibits a pretty, almost opaque ruby color. Underneath heavy notes of vanilla and mocha from new oak, there’s some nice cherry fruit as well as some char and barnyard flavors. Lacks depth but finishes on a pleasant boysenberry note. Drink now.