Those who have enjoyed it before know this drinks way above its asking price. Just one glass in and you'll feel like you're on a tropical vacation soaking up the sun. Loads of lip smacking flavor, and so very delicious!
From the cool coastal areas of Sonoma County. The grapes grown in this region possess a unique tropical varietal characteristic which has become synonymous of the style of Sauvignon Blanc they produce each year.
Picked in the cool early morning hours and immediately to press the delicate fruit and chilled to preserve freshness. The juice is immediately inoculated with yeast and nutrients to complete primary fermentation in tank, with the addition of neutral French Oak barrels to add complexity.
Varietal: 100% Sauvignon Blanc
Appellation: Sonoma County
pH: 3.5, TA: 6.0 g/L
Rich, dark black fruits, blueberries, blackberry bon bons, cassis, fragrant violets, tobacco leaf, and baking spices. Long, plush tannins alongside its dense fruit character. The palate delivers baked berry crisp, black and red fruits, toasted walnuts, brioche and cedar on the finish.
Deep garnet-purple color with enticing and fragrant with notes of blackberry pie, Bourbon soaked maraschino cherries, Madagascar vanilla bean, mission figs, graphite, candied walnut, and cedar. Its palate provides big, round chewy tannins, stewed black plums, brambly black fruit, toasted nuts, char, and a touch of dark roast coffee.
Black cherry cordial, fresh blackberries, strawberry rhubarb pie, mocha, cedar, dark chocolate, and a hint of graphite on the nose. The palate is bursting with mixed berry compote, blackberry jam, cacao bean, and toasted walnuts on the finish. This wine has great texture that ultimately finishes with round, silky smooth tannins.