Tasting Notes: This blend of semillón, sauvignon blanc and torrontés is a pale gold, with slight green notes in appearance. The nose is an attractive blend of stone fruit, citrus and fresh cut grass. It has great acidity with a lush mouthfeel, and a long, balanced finish.
Tasting Notes: 50/50 viognier-sauvignon blanc. Sourced from Pays d’Oc, the Saint Cosme vineyards of the Rhone Valley produce this crisp, complex delight. Aromatic with stone fruit notes and a touch of mango. The nose is aromatic, and the palate is on the rich side. A great pairing for fried or grilled fish.
Tasting Notes: Quiet and shy at first, then this dry (slightly acidic) white wine opens up to show a great deal of body, along with a flinty, steely note on the palate. The wine also shows notes of citrus peel and white pepper. Bring on the food or the fondue. 11.5% ABV.
Tasting Notes: Floral and fresh on the nose, crisp and slightly honeyed on the palate, showing its stainless-steel aging. Notes of Granny Smith apple, and volcanic soil. Long, lingering, mouthwatering finish.
Tasting Notes: Rueda produces the best Verdejo in Spain and this wine is no exception. Very complex nose and palate filled with pear, lime, grapefruit and balanced with good acid and just a touch of peachy sweetness. Your spring/summer pour for hot and spicy foods.