It is the only vineyard with dry-farmed Sauvignon Blanc planted in the Mendocino Ridge appellation.
We're very pleased with the outcome, all 44 cases of it. The wine shows pale lemon-green in the glass with an intense nose of pea shoots, lime, charentais melon, and chamomile. Bone dry on the palate, the wine’s fresh citrus and grassy flavors are supported by the zippy acidity that carries through to the finish. This wine screams for summer fare like halibut with herb butter or pasta with mint and peas. Drink now and over the next 2-3 years.