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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.
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.
Via Viognier 2020 - NEW RELEASE
This beautiful grape variety originated in Rome and was transported along the outposts to Vienne. One origin story of the grape says it came from the Via Gehannae, (Road to Hell) alluding to the difficulty of growing this grape. It's all worth it.
Luscious and creamy with honeysuckle and peaches.
Quench Rose 2020 - NEW RELEASE
When rose began its rise in popularity, it was known as vin de soif, a "wine to quench the thirst" - an unfussy wine to drink while cooking or before dinner. We think you can drink it anytime!
Malbec Rose, refreshing and zesty with strawberry, hibiscus and citrus.
Mistral Pinot Noir
Light and juicy, this pinot shows bright summer berries and reinforces each sip with solid tannin backbone and an long earthy finish.
Farmhouse Merlot/Cab Franc
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.
Trio Meritage - BACK SOON!
Meritage is a blend of two words Merit and Heritage, meat to be an hommage to the classic bordeaux style and the blend of these grapes. Traditionally a Bordeax or Meritage blends 3-5 grape varietals together.
A deep dark chalky and spicy blend with black fruit and bold tannins.