Aromatics of ripe pear and pineapple lead to flavors of yellow delicious apple, honeydew melon and pear.


This wine has lingering flavors of butterscotch, dried apples, and hints of wet stone and sweet oak.


2018 represents a very long harvest and a record-breaker for volume and tons crushed. Dryer weather at bloom, resulted in grapes with mush less mildew pressure than last year. Two weeks of extremely hot weather towards the end of summer allowed fruit to hang a little longer.

Food Pairing

This wine should be served chilled and paired with roasted chicken, shrimp scampi, or other rich seafoods.