Swanky is a good word to describe this bone-dry, acidic blend of Viognier, Chenin Blanc, Muscat and Sauvignon Blanc. Something about it reminds you of a martini. It shows a swirl of citrus, peach, apple and wildflower flavors that are frankly delicious, a classic California white wine at an everyday price.
What a nice wine for bistro-style drinking. Conjures up pairing with almost everything, from tempura to grilled chicken to pork enchiladas. Bone dry and crisp, it offers outstanding flavors of citrus fruits, petrol, wildflowers, grass, minerals, honey and spices. A blend of Viognier, Sauvignon Blanc, Muscat Canelli and Chenin Blanc.
In calling this southern Rhône-style blend Bistro Style, the winery means to suggest friends gathered in a nice restaurant, having fun and not being fussy about what’s in the bottle. That perfectly describes this dry, soft red wine, with its flavors of blackberries, cherries and cocoa.
The word for this white is fun. It’s filled with apricot, pineapple, peach, green apple, honeysuckle and spice flavors, and is not complicated, but has a fine, crisp structure. The creative blend is Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier, Muscat and Chenin Blanc.
Made from Pinot Noir, this is a darkly colored, strongly flavored rosé. It has flavors of sugared raspberry tea, sprinkled with orange zest, cocoa and cinnamon. Easy to like and to drink.
This wine has bigtime drinkability. It’s rich in berry-cherry, cocoa and spice flavors and totally dry, with the kind of acid-tannin structure made to chew through barbecue and Italian.