White Wine by Olivier Leflaive from Burgundy, France - regions. Arguably Puligny's most famous Premiere Cru and with over 33 acres under vine it is also it's largest. Folatieres sits mid hillside directly above the village of Puligny bordering 1er Cru Champ Gains further up the hill. Grade here is relatively steep and soil is well drained limestone. As with all Premiere Crus in Puligny, vines are very densely planted.
White Wine by Trig Point from Sonoma County, California. Afternoon breezes continually cool these vineyards so they rarely see temperatures in the 90s. The vineyards at the lowest elevations are under the marine inversion layer and run even cooler. The result is smaller grapes and more ripening days at lower temperatures. Cool sunlight is the goal as it produces fruit with the most flavor, complexity and quality. Old field selection clones yield fruit with high natural acidity and citrus flavors like grapefruit and lemon.
White Wine by Chateau de Beauregard from Burgundy, France - regions. The young wines evoke the white fruits like pear, peach, the white flowers. The wine is fresh, mineral and balanced with a honey and grapefruit final. Getting older, the aromas become more complex and dense, a little buttery, toasted and dry fruit hints, with still this honey unctuousness.
White Wine by Keller Estate from Sonoma County, California. The wine is fermented in stainless steel and once primary fermentation has finished, it is racked to neutral barrels for 8 months prior to bottling. It does not undergo malolactic fermentation enhancing the bright citrus appeal of this wine. On the nose, floral notes, green apple, tropical fruit, and earthy minerality dominate with similar qualities on the palate.