Tasting Notes: Nolan Newsom works his winemaking magic with this classic varietal. Utilizing malolactic fermentation, he tames the acidity and creates a rich buttery white, perfect for hot Texas summers. Great minerality with hints of melon, butterscotch and vanilla. Time for a bottle with mussels in a lemon wine sauce.
Tasting Notes: From the northwest corner of Spain, this 100% albariño possesses plenty of clean stone fruit, with good weight and a bright, lingering finish. A killer combo with grilled fish; extraordinary with seafood paella.
Tasting Notes: Salty aromas intertwined with citrus notes make you dream of the beach right from the start. Layers of ripe tropical fruit fill the mouth. The beautiful crisp finish shows an ocean breeze hint of saline. A gorgeous wine that begs to be paired with shellfish and salads
Tasting Notes: Mouth-watering structure with notes of white peach, melon and lemongrass filling the mouth and seducing the palate. Stone fruit and sea air comes through on the endless finish. The close proximity to the Atlantic Ocean gives this wine its backbone. Look to pair with anything that comes out of the ocean. Amazing
Tasting Notes: Powerful and fresh, showing brightness and a savory finish that keeps the show going. Notes of melon and green apple balance for a memorable Rías Baixas wine with minerality and a punch of flavor.
Tasting Notes: The Lodi region continues to amaze, and this producer is no exception. This Spanish varietal seems to thrive there, and produces a richer and more floral version. Medium bodied, with crisp acidity. Definite mineral notes with beautiful tropical fruit aromas.
Tasting Notes: Kim and his Dad “Doc” McPherson were early pioneers in producing wines that didn’t fit the traditional categories but thrived in the hot, dry Texas climate. His Albariño is a classic example. Perfect balance of fruit and acid. Viscous mouth feel that begs for another sip. Excellent with gulf coast seafood.