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An innovative blend of two complementing grapes produces a perfumed wine full of tropicalfruits. Spicy citrus flavors are complemented by a hint of grapefruit and litchi followed by asmooth finish. Serve chilled.
Lovely aromas of honeysuckle and peach blossom burst from the glass, followed by a hint of lime zest and baking spice. The palate has bright and juicy apricot, white peach, and golden pear fruit, along with candied citrus peel.
This thirst-quenching Chenin Blanc is produced by longtime friends Eric Railsback and Justin Willett in the heart of Santa Barbara. Notes of juicy pear, green apple, chalk and wet rocks dominate this racy and refreshing palate. Serve with fresh seafood, spring salads, or poultry-based dishes!
A Loire Valley white wine from the Saumur area that's made entirely from the local Chenin Blanc grape. At the helm of the estate is Fredrik Filliatreau, a 4th generation winemaker who has come out with this latest wine named after his Swedish mum, Lena. Dry, vibrant and delicious.
Thibaud Boudignon has gone through the three stages of small-producer cultdom. First, there were the tweets and instagram posts. Maybe a foreign blog or small magazine article. The allusions to his wine were rapturous, but enigmatic and mostly from overseas.
Gaston Huët believed this to be the greatest of all Vouvray vineyards. With the Première Côte’s shallowest, stoniest soils, its wines often synthesize Le Mont’s intense minerality with Le Haut-Lieu’s generous texture.
The original Huet vineyard is nearly 9 hA. It has the richest soils of the domaine’s three crus—a deep limestone-clay—and the wines are generally the estate’s most approachable.