Tasting Notes: Bright, fresh, clean: three simple words to describe a wine that is far from simple. Fermented and aged in steel, using indigenous yeast, the wine a brilliant straw yellow, with the slightest of green hints. The nose is an exquisite fusion of citrus, stone fruit and subtle herbs. Fermented and aged in steel, it is pure and focused. Stunning.
Tasting Notes: With all due respect to Tuscany, Sardinia is THE place for vermentino. Rocky, minerally soil and the surrounding Mediterranean create a succulent, full-bodied and crisp, citrusy palate. Grill up some fresh sardines with this one.
Tasting Notes: Kim McPherson continues to work his magic with Mediterranean varietals. Richer and more full-bodied than its Italian cousin, this pairs beautifully with lighter summer fare, especially seafood or chicken teriyaki. Clean and crisp with balanced acidity. Citrus, orange, and pear flavors dominate. Perfect wine for lazy summer afternoons in Texas!