Check out these unique and exciting winemakers revolutionizing the wine industry today!
In your pack you will get a bottle of each:
2018 Time Place Wine Co., Terra Alta Vineyard, Lodi, California
Tasting Notes: Pale straw in color. Rich floral nose of gardenia, lime citrus peel, & cut grass. Background notes of paper whites, pine & petrol. Bright, mouth-coating flavors of ripe pear, green apple & lime. Finishes long with citrus peel, melon, and a touch of salinity.
Food Pairing: Picpoul pairs well with light seafoods and some cream-based dishes where the acid serves as the perfect counterfoil to the tongue-coating creaminess.
2019 Old Westminster “Blinding by the Light,” Maryland
Grape: Piquette Blanc, Grüner Veltliner, Vidal Blanc
Tasting Notes: Cloudy yellow color. Aromas of tart lemon, pineapple core, apricot skins. Tastes like lemonade, peach rings, pineapple and starfruit.
Food Pairing: Great with salads, sushi, and Brunch!
2019 Lieu Dit, Santa Maria Valley, California
Grape: Melon de Bourgogne
Tasting Notes: From Bien Nacido in Santa Maria, this is a crisp, mineral driven wine with captivating brininess. Slate, crushed rock, lime and white flowers are all very nicely delineated throughout each sip.
Food Pairing: Made for shucking oysters and popping bottles on a fresh summer day.
2019 Stolpman Vineyards “Love You Bunches” Rosé, California
Tasting Notes: This carbonic Sangiovese is all about freshness, starting with aromas of crushed red currant, raspberry, watermelon and red flowers. Very light in the glass, the wine is tremendously zippy on the sip and offering flavors of melon and berry.
Food Pairing: Great with some homemade peach cobbler. Also pairs perfectly with sunshine and fun!
2018 Cruse Wine Co. “Monkey Jacket”, North Coast, California
Grape: Valdiguié, Carignan, Syrah, St. Laurent, Pinot Noir
Tasting Notes: Thirst quenching with exotic floral aromas, captivating fruit leaning towards berries and bramble with a striking verve and concrete minerality moving to subtle tannins and a refreshing finish.
Food Pairing: Fire up the grill for some juicy and thick Bison Burgers
2019 Idlewild “Flora & Fauna”, Mendocino County, California
Grape: Dolcetto, Barbera, Nebbiolo
Tasting Notes: Dark cherry, fresh soil, dried herbs, violets, and graphite are highlights of the aromas. The mouth feel is a joyful interplay of brightness with just enough chewy bass notes before the seriousness kicks in with a firm acid and tannin balance on the finish.
Food Pairing: While the grill is hot, throw in some ribs with tangy BBQ sauce