The grapes for this wine come from cool climate grapes grown throughout Monterey and northern San Luis Obispo County. The slower ferment allows for pretty floral fermentation esters to develop which we capture during the maturation process post fermentation. The wine does not go through malo-lactic fermentation protecting the natural acidity some of which remains in the form of malic acid.
Lovely with supreme nachos served with house-made guacamole, salsa Fresca with whole Pinto beans and carnitas or shedded chicken breast topped with sour cream and optional jalapeños. The refreshing Sauvignon Blanc pairs well with most cheeses especially Morbier or Asiago. Try it with a cool beet salad with arugula, goat cheese and champagne vinaigrette.