We just call it Gu, and you can too. But for the curious it really means spiced or perfumed wine and once you know that it can be hard to miss a gu. A perfect summer patio sipper.
Juicy and refreshing orchard apple and pear with beautiful floral aromatics.
Will be coming early in the New Year!
To oak or not to oak? That is the question. Well we did both and then after much deliberation decided they were best together. This is our big white wine made to pair with food.
With notable characteristics of French oak aging this wine shows notes of nuts, butter and vanilla. It has a bold yet elegant mouthfeel and a medium body.
This grape is notoriously hard to grow and fickle as can be. It loves a good hillside but not too much heat, cold or rain for that matter. In fact this varietal if often called the heartbreak grape.
Light and juicy, this pinot shows bright summer berries and reinforces each sip with solid tannin backbone and an long earthy finish.
Screw it, merlot is back! Actually it never went out of style it was just secretly hidden in "blends" and it seemed like a bad word ...but classics never really go out of style. Merlot is a beautiful grape and when married with a little Cab Franc it becomes magical.
Bursting with dark fruit woven together with a distinct chocolate character, medium to full body and a lingering caramel finish.