Notes from the producer:
"In 2014, we left our careers as an attorney and fashion designer in California for a new life in the Pacific Northwest. After Matt returned to school to study enology and spent time working with several Washington wineries, we stumbled upon a small vineyard on the Southside of Walla Walla.
Planted with uncommon varieties, these 5 acres became Grosgrain Vineyards, a wine company dedicated to championing underdog grapes, sparkling wines, restrained reds and sustainable farming practices.
From a small vineyard planted entirely to Spanish varieties on the valley floor in Walla Walla. This wine was primarily matured in concrete egg (53%) with the remainder in the mix of neutral barrel (17%) and stainless steel (30%).
Pale straw color with refreshing acidity and aromas of fresh nectarine, pear, lemon zest and honeysuckle."
Primarily matured in concrete egg (53%) with the remainder in the mix of neutral barrel (17%) and stainless steel (30%).