Synopsis, Our Opinion: Delicious, fresh and with just enough mineral taste to make it distinctive.
Producer/Winery: Kenny Likitprakong; The Hobo Wine Company; The Folk Machine; Santa Rosa, California.
Grape Variety: Blend – 30% Tocai Friulano from Mendocino, 40% Riesling from Arroyo Seco, and 11% Verdelho from Suisun Valley, 11% Sauvignon Blanc from Potter Valley and 8% Muscat from Suisun Valley.
Geographic Appellation, Region, Country: California.
Price: $14.40 (with a 10% mixed case discount)
Purchased From: The Caviste Wine Shop; Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Paired With: Omelette (with green pepper, onion, ham, basal and Gouda cheese), zucchini fritters and fresh baked rustic sour dough bread..
Chilled before drinking. Clear, very pale wheat straw color. Lemon, other citrus and distinctive Opal apple (Malus domestica ‘Opal’) aromas with hints of jasmine blossoms. Smooth, dusty, lush, light body and a 400-grit texture. Strong flavors of tart lemon, cooked Kieffer pears, nectarine and mineral water from a spring. Lively acidity, and a long off-dry, tart lemony tasting finish. It really came alive paired with the omelette and fritters, but was excellent sipping wine too. Delicious, fresh and with just enough mineral taste to make it distinctive.
Alcohol Content: 11.9%
Closure: Reconstructed cork.
UPC Code: 8 99332 00030 3
Imported by: Not applicable.