The NADIA white - think white flowers, honeysuckle, lemon zest, caramel and graham cracker. This wine is drenched in vibrant acid notes, resulting in a flinty crispness that is tempered by a honeyed beam of flavor.
The name, Nadia, has various meanings. In Russian, it means, simply, hope. In languages with French and Arabic usage, Nadia means tender and delicate. Similarly, the Nadia wines can be dened and understood from various angles and varied perceptions. They convey great complexity and a certain charm.