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Vibrant aromas of lemon zest and juicy apricot, complemented by a full, lush palate of toasted oak, brioche and a hint of toasted caramel. Full-bodied mouthfeel and bright acidity with a soft, round finish.
Fruit aromas of citrus, pear and red apple. The palate is strikingly rich and balanced with flavors of apple, toasted brioche, butterscotch and baking spice making way to a soft, creamy finish.
Delightfully bright combination of green apple, lemon zest and peach. The palate is rounded out with flavors of mandarin and jasmine tea with a touch of honey on the finish.
Vibrant aromas of Fuji apple, citrus zest, stone fruit and vanilla, complemented by a full, lush palate of toasted oak, bread dough and caramel. Bright acidity and fullness while still maintaining a soft, round finish.
Fragrant aromas of passion fruit, citrus, melon and cut grass perfume the nose. The aromas carry through to the palate with flavors of fig, melon and citrus. This wine is bright and a nicely structured, giving way to a long mineral finish.
Reminiscent of a California sunset, this vibrant pink Rosé, abounds with lush fruit notes of wild strawberries, ripe peaches, and a hint of juicy watermelon.
Notes of lychee, ginger, and orange blossom. The crisp palate is filled with flavors of grapefruit, lime zest and lemon. It’s balanced and refreshing nature makes it extremely food friendly.
I recently held a master class at Firestone Vineyard and poured this as part of a fascinating blind tasting with “midnight” wine glasses. It was the surprise hit of the crowd! Not being able to visually comprehend the wine, but to compensate all other sensory of aromatics and palate – powerful and delicate at the same time with intense floral and spiced fruits.
Try it with: Any spiced foods
“Imagine having a bottle with any spiced food -- not necessarily hot, but with intense flavors. It’s definitely dry with enough fruit, with an intensity that plays perfectly to hold up to any tastes.”