Blush pink with golden hues, this wine has the classic 'eye of the partridge' color. Flavors of tart raspberry and juicy white peach with hints of fig and vanilla. This wine has bright acidity that lingers through to a satisfying finish.
The 2019 growing season arrived after one of the coldest and wettest winters on record in California. Due to the solid winter rainfall, growth resumed in late March and resulted in grapevine shoot growth that was vigorous and healthy. Bloom and fruit set were uniform April through June and the developing crop was average. The weather in July and August was warm during the daytime, but the evenings were colder than normal. The crop matured uniformly with good acid retention complemented by nice flavor expression in the fruit, which was harvested in late September.