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

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