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The Central Coast bottling that is often more than 75% from our own vineyard. This wine showcases the forward heady stone fruit of this variety. It is fermented and aged entirely in stainless steel and bottled early.
"Green-tinged straw. A complex, high-pitched bouquet evokes white peach, tangerine and violet. Sappy and penetrating, offering juicy citrus and pit fruit flavors and an undercurrent of smoky minerals. The peach and floral notes repeat strongly on the finish, which lingers with strong, minerally tenacity. " (JR) -Vinous Media
Complex aromas of salinity exotic fruits with wet earth/herbal tones. The palate is textured with excellent acidity.100% Albarino from Rias Biaxas.
"The flavor of tart white fruit remains in the background, while intense mineral notes surround the palate in a hug. This albarino is juicy, refreshing and full of life, its acidity present from beginning to end and everywhere in between. Open it now for seafood linguine."
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
Pairs well with roasted chicken with herbs; fresh shellfish with lemon.
Weingut Buchegger was established in 1893. Current owner Walter Buchegger took over from his father in 1994, making him the sixth generation to run the family estate. He has 15 hectares of vines located in the Kremstal on mostly conglomerate soil topped with loess, where he grows Grüner Veltliner and Riesling, with a smattering of Zweigelt, Chardonnay and Merlot.
Geppling (also known as Gebling) is widely regarded as one of the best vineyards in the Kremstal region. It is planted on a steep, terraced hillside at 850 feet above sea level facing directly south. The soil there is conglomerate and the vines are 43 years old, producing low yields of very high quality fruit.
The wine shows aromas of grapefruit, pineapple, and flinty minerality. The ripeness of pear notes vies with the zesty freshness of the wine and makes for a lively, vivid and most enjoyable and refreshing wine. This is crisp, light bodied but balanced with bright acidity keeps your mouth watering for more.
This wine is filled with a gorgeous perfume of honeyed pears, guava, lemon grass, pink grapefruit and a waft of lemon lime soda. The palate is full of tropical flavors and delicate kiwi plus a great intensity of lemon and lime citrus flavors. The sémillon and viognier added to the blend invoke another level of complexity with flavors orange blossom and lemon curd. The barrel fermentations add a satiny texture, density and viscosity to the mid-palate of the wine. The concrete adds a touch of flint and mineral to the finish of the wine while the stainless steel fermentations preserve the natural Sauvignon Blanc aromatics, the racy backbone and the zesty crispness.
Serve chilled as an apertif or with shellfish.
Tropical notes of juicy Satsuma, ripe kiwi and mango are highlighted by aromas of candied lemon peel, apple blossom and refreshing minerality. The palate supports the nose, revealing the Stainless winemaking with its round, weighty mouthfeel. Crisp acidity and flavors of white nectarine, papaya and key lime pie round out the clean, lingering finish.
Light gold in color, teeming with enticing aromas of citrus fruit and white peaches, Château de Fontenille Entre Deux Mers displays wonderful acidity and freshness on the palate coupled with exotic fruit and citrus flavors.
A perfect accompaniment to seafood and salmon, sushi, paella and sauerkraut dishes.
The property dates back to the middle of the 17th century, and has had many owners over time. In the 1980s, the French bank group, Banque Populaire et Caisse d’Epargne purchased it and renovated the property and tended to produce decent, albeit more commercially styled, wines. When the new Director of the Bank took over in 2001, he hired Étienne de Montille of Volnay to put the Château de Puligny-Montrachet back on the map as one of the great producers of the Côte de Beaune, which is exactly what Étienne did. Then, in 2012, Etienne turned around and purchased the winery itself with his sister.
This wine is boldly fruity, wonderfully balanced and has all the attributes to age gracefully into the next decade and beyond. A perfect combination of tangy fresh green apple skin and gentle rounded buttery richness from its time in oak.
Nose In the glass, the aromatics lean toward the floral and citrus families with rose petals, lemon blossom, and just a hint of ripe melon sneaking through.
Palate While the palate is opulent, full of lemon meringue, peach pie, and ripe strawberry, the vibrancy of the acidity reliably lays the foundation for food pairing and aging for many years to come.
Finish In classic Montelena fashion, the minerality steps into the spotlight on the finish, coupled with just enough orange zest, and the lingering richness of crème brûlée.