2019 White Wine, Tehama County

This savory blend boasts notes of white pepper, grapefruit, nectarine, honeydew melon rind, fennel, thyme, and salinity.
$26.00

This wine was made in the style of Vin de Soif, which translates from French to “Wine for Thirst.” This low-alcohol white blend is made from Grüner Veltliner, Albariño and Verdelho, all grown in Diego Barison’s vineyard in Tehama County, 150 miles South of the Oregon/California border. All three varieties contribute different nuances to the finished wine, and I’m obsessed.

Vintage 2019
Alcohol % 11.15
Size 750 ml
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