Appellation: Dry Creek Valley
Winemaking: Picked in early morning and then rushed straight to press. Whole cluster, cold pressed directly to stainless steel fermenatation. Barrel aged in neutral oak for six months.
Barrel Aging: 6 months in neutral oak
Release: May 2009
Bottled: June 2008
Production: 600 cases
Analysis: Alcohol 14.9%
Tasting Notes: An all-around charmer, this wine has intriguing aromas of pear, cantaloupe, honeydew melon and honeysuckle which lead to streams of ripe pear and melon flavors on the palate. It is a wine for all tastes—those who enjoy refreshingly fruity Sauvignon Blanc and those who desire a richly round and flavorful wine. With this one wine, you can please each and every one of your dinner or party guests.
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