Tasting Notes: Perfect wine for warm weather. Not overly aromatic, but medium bodied, with a touch of fruit flavors. A wine that mixes will with summer, warm weather, a myriad of cheeses and salads, yet can also stand up on its own.
Tasting Notes: Refreshing white blend, with just a touch of body (5% viognier, 95% chenin) notes of granny smith apple, lime zest, dry, without being acidic. Can be enjoyed with or without food, but this could be your ‘easy-drinking, light summer white work horse of the summer’.
Tasting Notes: 100% pinot noir. This rosé opens up with light aromatics, fresh on the nose with strawberries and tropical fruits. Slightly crisp on the tip of the tongue, medium-to-light-bodied rosé that is fresh to drink (even for a 2019). Not overly acidic, but will be wonderful with food or the poolside this summer.
Tasting Notes: Bright grassy notes are surrounded by grapefruit and a hint of melon. This wine offers energy and a refreshing, vibrant mouthfeel. Summer afternoons will be well complimented with this energetic sauvignon blanc.
Tasting Notes: A blend of local varietals colombard, ugni blanc, gros manseng and sauvignon all fermented in stainless steel. Effusive and inviting aromatics of white flowers and citrus. This wine is fresh and clean and each sip invites for more. At less than 12% ABV, this wine is a contender for patio slugging.
Tasting Notes: The Decoy portion of the Duckhorn portfolio continues to mature through the interaction of the respective winemakers and their sourcing, utilizing primarily Sonoma fruit with additions from other AVA’s, including Lake, Mendocino and Napa. Classic cold fermentation in cold stainless steel yield crisp acidity, vibrant citrus flavors with grassy over notes. Wonderful compliment to shellfish coming off the grill for summer meals. Tremendous value for the category.