contains one bottle each:
2020 Tokyo Love Hotel, Pét-Nat Sparkling Wine, Clement Hills, Stampede Vineyard
A Pét-Nat with an hourly rate. We got a semi-carbonic macerated pét-nat field blend from a certified historic vineyard and the result is just plain delicious. Big mouthwatering aromas of wild cherry and blackberry candy bubble from the glass. In your mouth, it’s got a zangy intensity of flavor with those fresh flavors of blackberry, raspberry woven into small delicate bubbles. It’s like a Lambrusco plus skittles and we love it!
2020 Boys Cry, Carbonic White Wine, El Dorado County
This wine smells like dismantling hegemonic masculinity. Just kidding. Boys Cry sweeps your nose with apricot, peach cobbler, lemon curd, orange blossom, and lime zest with a whiff of beeswax. When you take that first refreshing sip, you’ll notice that the citrus is amped up. Think crisp golden apples sprinkled with cinnamon in the heat of the summer. There is a persistent minerality that complements the bright and vivacious acidity and a finish that’s jivin’ for days.
2019 Going Home, Carbonic White Wine, El Dorado County
We were psyched when we pressed this experiment and realized the incredible tropical fruit purity that the wine had. After spending 5 months in neutral French Oak barrels sur lees, we bottled this masterpiece unfined and unfiltered, preserving every last drop of beauty in the barrel. It smells like a tropical paradise with notes of pineapple, blood orange rind, and toasted nuts. The palate is ripe and juicy with a broad mouthfeel that carries the fruit flavors of guava, lychee and honeydew over to the crisp yet textured finish.