- Our Clubs
Daisy is focused, precise, and all about refined texture, minerality and crisp acidity. Citrus and floral components blend seamlessly with pom fruit, lemon curd, pear, river stone and metallic nuance. The wine is barrel fermented, and rest on the lees for 5 months in 50/50 stainless/1 fill French oak. The lees are gently stirred to build texture before finally allowing the wine to settle naturally.
"The good news is production is way up and quality is as good as ever. A generous jumble of poached pear, crisp apple, lemon curd and wet stone, this ups the bar for Oregon Pinot Gris in this price range. The finish lingers gracefully, rich and creamy, inviting you to take the next sip."- Wine Enthusiast
Southern Wine and Spirits
Champagne house Louis Roederer established this California outpost in 1982, and its tête de cuvée, L’Ermitage, has impressed since its debut with the 1989 vintage. Succeeding founding winemaker Michel Salgues in 2002, Arnaud Weyrich raises the bar with this bottling, the highest-scoring L’Ermitage to date. He used the best lots from the estate’s nearly 600 acres of vines. Portions of this roughly 50-50 blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir went through malolactic conversion and were aged in large French oak casks to add texture and richness. For additional complexity, barrel-aged reserve wines from 2007 were added, making up 4 percent of the cuvée, which spent five years on the lees prior to disgorgement
Youngs Market Company
Luminous gold in color, this wine presents fresh and bright aromatics of neroli and honeysuckle, grounded by notes of stone fruit and vanilla bean. A silky, viscous mouthfeel supports the bursting flavors of melon and citrus. The long, mouthwatering finish has bright acidity with lingering grapefruit peel flavors and a hint of minerality.
"A touch of creamy oak adds a nice textural dimension, joining vibrant apple, pineapple and tropical fruit flavors. Ends with a dash of butterscotch. Drink now through 2022." 92 points Wine Spectator
This wine is white gold or pale yellow turning darker gold with age. It boasts aromas of white flowers, (may, acacia) at first; later, notes of amber, honey and spices. On the palate it is mineral, harmonious and easy to like.