This is a young, bright, exciting, fresh, pure expression of Green Valley fruit from
a superlative vintage. It has a very, very pretty nose. The flavors are Gravenstein apple and complex citrus with
a hint of lime, which is part of the Iron Horse signature along with a distinct minerality. It is ultra smooth and
surprisingly creamy. Cinnamon and nutmeg contribute to dreamy associations with crème brulee.
Food pairings: Picholine olives, jicama salad, Ceasar salad with anchovies and capers, steamed mussels,
shrimp with citrus, linguine with white wine and clam sauce, anything to do with avocado, lime and chilies, Asian
flavors like spicy red Singapore chili crab, Chinese chicken salad with crispy wontons, cured meats.
I purchased two case of wine from wine.com so far and this is by far my favorite.
good wine for white drinkers who do not like oakey.