White Wine by Astrolabe from Marlborough, New Zealand. Pale gold with green highlights. On the nose there are aromas of lime rind and pink grapefruit, ripe gooseberries, lemongrass and lemon balm. The wine is full-bodied, round and concentrated with flavors of green stropical fruit and peach, and has a crisp, dry finish. Pairs best with raw oysters, shellfish, lobster, crab, arugula salads, sashimi, and ceviche.
White Wine by Domaine Bersan from Burgundy, France - regions. Very aromatic (grapefruit and flowers) with medium-body, citrus and mineral notes on the palate, and a crisp, mouthwatering finish. Works well as an aperitif and is a great partner for shellfish, light fish, cold salads and goat cheese.
White Wine by House Wine from Columbia Valley, Washington. Key lime, passion fruit, and gooseberry dominate the aromatics. The bright fruit carries through on the palate, and finishes with a refreshing crispness, balanced by a very slight residual sweetness.
White Wine by Wines of Substance from Columbia Valley, Washington. 2013 was the warmest vintage since 2003, and cooled off just in time for harvest. The resulting wines were less likely to tip over into overripe flavors or high alcohol levels, and picking proceeded at a normal pace. The very warm vintage cooled down in mid-September allowing us to pick at the perfect moment in the first week of October. This gave us generous, full-flavored wine, while still Keeping focus.