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Dusty link pink color with orange hues shows off this rosés Provençal inspiration. A blend of Grenache and Mourvèdre provide complex floral notes of rose petal and jasmine and lead to crisp rush of citrusy grapefruit and cucumber water. Beautiful and balanced structure and mouth feel is held together by a wet stone like minerality. Serve really cold (45 F) to highlight this rosés zingy and palate satisfying acidity. Unlike many rosés, this wine will continue to evolve over the next 5 years.
An elegant and seductive perfume of white peach, ginger, and dried sage ascends, leading to a rush of Asian pear, lemon marmalade, and tropical lychee flavors. A layer of crushed chalk minerality and brioche-like toastiness emerges as the wine opens in the glass. Delightfully balanced with a bright and zingy acidity, backed by a rich and full-bodied texture that allows this Sauvignon Blanc to get better with each sip.
The new 2017 Longfellow Cabernet Sauvignon marks the transition from Winemaker Rolando Herrera to Kale Anderson. If you’re a Longfellow Cab lover, this wine marks the transition to the Oakville appellation, and to a more deliberate and serious style. We think you’ll love it.
Intoxicating notes of citrus blossom, pineapple, and lychee aromatics with underlying hints of wet stone minerality. Bright and racy acidity frames the mid-palate with zesty notes of grapefruit, lime zest, and white watermelons. The wine will develop some natural tartrate crystals through aging. Enjoy chilled at 45F and let this unique wine blossom as it warms up in the glass.
“Vibrant and racy aromas of pineapple and other tropical fruits laced with citrus peel and a hint of wet stone. A beautiful and rich mouthfeel with notes of orange blossom and nectarine all framed by lip smacking acidity. A Chardonnay to enjoy now but worthy of several years in the cellar.”