Good varietal character here, with peach flavors veering into tropical fruits, and a solid overlay of smoky oak. Has those pretty Monterey acids that add life and zest. The finish is spicy and peppery. It’s a little bitter in the finish, but a perfectly nice wine, and a good value.
A nice, easy-drinking and affordable wine for everyday purposes. Has all you want in an inexpensive white, plenty of savory citrus and lemongrass flavors, zesty acids and a clean, fruity flourish on the finish. A very good value.
Not really dry, more off-dry, with clean aromas and flavors of petrol, peaches, wildflowers and vanilla. Enjoy this crisp, pleasant wine with fresh fruit or sauteed trout, or as an aperitif.
Crisp in crunchy, mouthwatering acidity, with little or no oak, this Chard shows purely etched flavors of pineapples, kiwis, limes and dusty spices. It’s a fruit-forward, food-friendly wine that’s clean and direct.
With grilled beef, lamb or pork, this rugged wine will be fine. It’s very dry, fruity and fairly tannic, with flavors ranging from blackberries and espresso to smoky leather and oak—with a little unsweetened bitter chocolate pudding swirled into the finish.