With little or no oak, the fruit and acidity star in this dry, crisp young white wine. It’s strong in pineapple, lime, Meyer lemon, orange rind and spice flavors. Very nice by itself as a cocktail sipper, and versatile at the table.
This rosé gets its pretty eye-of-the-partridge color from having undergone cold soaking. Dry, soft and subtle, it shows peach, vanilla and spice flavors. Great with cioppino or grilled salmon.
Shows the dryness and tart acidity of a nice Sangiovese, with sour cherry candy flavors and firm, slightly astringent tannins. It’s also a bit rustic. Try as a racy, earthy companion to beef or veal dishes, or tomato-based chicken casseroles.