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The 2017 Sauvignon Blanc offers a great deal of complexity. On the nose, it evokes Golden Delicious apples, honeydew melon, grapefruit zest, white flowers, crushed limestone, and a touch of brioche. Though crisp up front, the mid-palate offers a medium-bodied texture to the wine. Its flavors include fresh pineapple, white nectarines, Bartlett pears, baked apple pie, honeysuckle, toasted walnuts, and fresh croissant.  
$24.00 per Bottle
This 2018 Petite Sirah Rose is bursting with fresh nectarines, pomegranates, red plums, mixed berry compote, and a touch of blood orange peel. on the palate, it is crisp  and refreshing, offering strawberry tart and stone fruits with a round, fleshy mouth-feel and long, pleasant finish.  This wine is best enjoyed chilled.

Winemaker:
Jason Moulton
Appellation:
Napa Valley
Blend:
100% Petite Sirah
Alcohol:
13.1%
$25.00 per Bottle

The 2018 Sauvignon Blanc offers a great deal of complexity. On the nose, it evokes Bartlett pears, fresh yellow peaches, pineapple guava (feijoia), honeysuckle, lemon curd, grapefruit zest, and a touch of spiced apples. Though crisp up front, the mid-palate offers a medium-bodied texture. Its flavors include fresh honeydew melon, yellow nectarines, Golden Delicious apples, toasted walnuts, baked apple pie, and fresh croissant. The finish has beautiful length with fresh acidity and subtle toasty notes.

$25.00 per Bottle

This Carneros Chardonnay has attractive aromas of sweet honeydew melon, Golden Delicious apples, tangerines, lemon curd, toasted brioche, and a touch of vanilla bean.  It is rich and softly textured with a very long, creamy finish. Its palate provides a full-bodied wine with fresh nectarines, apple pie, green pears, toasted walnuts, white flowers, cardamom, and lemon verbena.  Enjoyable now and through 2022 with proper cellaring.

$38.00 per Bottle

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