Aromas of ripe, juicy pear and apple, along with buttered toast and a whiff of white flowers jump out of the glass, luring the taster into a zippy, refreshing mouthful of consistent flavors. This wine has a long, mouthwatering finish.
Produced from grapes carefully selected from vineyards in these two counties: 60% Santa Barbara County and 40% Sonoma County. Sonoma County is known for its cool winters and warm summers, with a coastal influence that often brings fog to the area. The fog creates a moist blanket during cold weather and cool relief when the temperature rises, which allows the grapes to retain their bright and delicate flavors. The cool coastal area of Santa Barbara County has temperate weather throughout the year with inland fog and ocean breezes.
A delicious dish of Chilean sea bass topped with chili garlic sauce, fresh ginger and a hint of citrus, a fillet ofPetrale sole brushed with olive oil or cheese gnocchi with a butter based sauce.