Aromas of pear, apricot and ripe stone fruit combine with a hint of caramel and toasted oak on the nose of this wine. The entry is bright and crisp with good acid and flavors of white peach, banana, Meyer lemon and hints of mineral and toasted almonds. The wine finishes by coating your mouth with multiple layers of honey, cream, and a touch of spice from the lees stirred French oak.
Best paired with poultry and seafood dishes in light cream sauces such as Dover Sole in white wine cream sauce or Parmesan crusted chicken lobster dishes. Bel Paese, dry Jack, gruyere, Parmigiano Reggiano, pave, pecorino and provolone are a few cheeses that match this wine best.