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19 Crimes tells the true story of heroes who beat the odds and overcame adversity to become folk heroes. This spirit lives on today through innovators like Martha Stewart, a self-made icon who built a domestic empire. Martha’s drive embodies the timeless values of the 19 Crimes mavericks who came before her.
Pale light gold in color with slight greenish glints. Bright, luminous and limpid. The nose is full of sunshine, gaiety, beauty and maturity. A rich, splendid bouquet of a multitude of flowers. A basket of fruit on a fresh summers morning.
A fresh white wine with light-medium body and wonderful citrus and pear flavors. This wine is a sterile, off-dry wine with no resemblance to any Chablis I have ever tasted. This 5 liter box possesses the statement "made with natural flavors," but I am unsure of what that signifies.
Less than 0.5% alcohol by volume. A distinctive combination of buttery apple and butterscotch characteristics, combined with a toasty French oak bouquet.
Planted nearly 40 years ago, ‘Trout Gulch’ sits 800 feet above sea level, just four miles away from the Pacific Ocean. Cool marine breezes and sandy loam soils keep grapes balanced and bright. This varietal Chardonnay is lively and bright, marked by notes of citrus, salt, stones, and orchard fruit.
Dry yet creamy white wine. Aromas of almond, hazelnut, butter. Floral nose, not heavy. Accessible young.