As the inaugural vintage of this wine, the 2011 vintage offers lovely, lifted tropical aromas of pineapple, guava and passion fruit, accented by classic Dry Creek citrus tones of lime and orange. A pleasing fresh herbal/grassy character is subtly layered into the background and carries over onto the palate and into in the finish. The mouthfeel and texture are elegant and bright with a juicy, refreshing balance that come from lower alcohols and a deft touch of retained "spritz" from the fermentation.
Enjoy as an aperitif, or pair with all manner of light, fresh seafood or, of course, anything that features goat cheese. Enjoy!
"Light yellow. Pungent aromas of grapefruit, pear skin and succulent herbs, with a floral overtone. Juicy, focused and light on its feet, offering tangy citrus fruit flavors and showing good clarity. Dry and refreshingly bitter on the finish, which shows a slightly tart edge and good length."
International Wine Cellar