Vibrant aromas of toasted coconut, crème brûlée
and pralined pecans.
On the palate, this wine presents flavors of nectarine, key lime and lychee.
2020 started with a dry winter with just half of the
regions typical rainfall followed by a cool, mild
growing season. An August heat spell accelerated
ripening, resulting in an early start to harvest;
one-to-two weeks ahead of schedule. Berries were
small with concentrated flavors. As winemakers, we
know this is typically a good recipe for quality wines.
Aged 21 months, 40% new French oak.
This wine would be best enjoyed alongside aged
cheeses and summer salads with creamy dressings
or freshly cut pears with burrata. Pairs well with
homemade pasta tossed lightly in olive oil and