Chamomile, salt & honey, peach skin, pollen, a dollop of cream and powdered quartz.
Despite its location just a few miles from downtown Napa, few vineyards are as isolated and unique as Heron Lake. Perched on a rocky outpost in the little known AVA of Wild Horse Valley, Heron Lake catches the breeze off San Pablo Bay as it rises up into the Vaca Mountains. The vines are planted in extremely shallow volcanic soils, where formations of quartz, granite and feldspar frequently rise to within just a few inches of the surface. This intersection of coastal climate and rugged soil profile creates wines that express a combination of freshness, acidity, depth and texture, along with a distinct quartz minerality. - Quartz and volcanic soils
Native fermentation, unfined & unfiltered