Presenting itself as a very pale, greenish gold color announces that this is a serious wine. Mandarin orange is the dominant note, but the aroma is exuberant with complexites like roasted nuts, toffee, and confectionary aspects.
The proof of this wine is on the palate. The acid and tannin grip are impeccably balanced giving it a European flair, followed by the fruit flavors that speak more to its native California that linger into a long and balanced finish.
Food Pairing Notes
This supple wine would pair wonderfully with a Prosciutto Burrata Asparagus Salad. The seasonal antipasto platter will have your family (or guests) swooning and the wine will perfectly highlight the simple, farm fresh vegetables and compliment the creamy burrata.