Crisp northwest style white wine with a well-balanced yet dry character. Aromas of pear, apricot and a clear day after rainfall. Notes of ripe stone fruit and hints of cinnamon with a crisp minerality. Finishes with smooth honeyed notes. Pairs well with poultry and lamb.
Made in the traditional ways used in Champagne (called Methode Champenoise), it was hand-riddled and aged in the bottle for over 5 years. It is in the dry Brut style, has hints of wildflowers with tart green apple flavor and racy acidity, and the wonderful aroma of vintage Champagne.
Wine Club price: $33.60
Total production: 75 cases
Savor NW Wine Competition: Silver award - March 2014
This is not your typical Rosé: barrel-fermented with indigenous yeast, unfiltered and unfined, aged in old oak barrels. It's taste is dry and full-bodied, deep with grapefruit and musky stonefruit aromas mingling with strawberry and a touch of bergamot. Finishes with a velvety, refreshing dryness. Great with salads and light fare.
A robust California-style white wine with a dry full-bodied character and high alcohol content. Aromas of meyer lemon fold together with oak and herbaceous lavender. Crisp green apple mingles with bright acidity. Finishes clean and clear. Ready to enjoy now.