2009 White Blend
Summer in the Pyrénées
When we tasted today’s wine, we knew that we had to pick up every case that we could get our hands on. When we sold a Chardonnay from this winery, earlier this year, it sold very quickly. Please act fast if you’re interested in this wine.
Today’s 2009 Framed White Blend delivers a balanced experience with aromas and flavors imparting sweetness and light tartness on the nose and palate.
Very unique and original, this blend of Grenache Blanc and Albarino is refreshing and quite delicious. If you love true Spanish Albarino or a white wines from the south of France, you will be delighted by this wine.
Be sure to enjoy a few bottles of this refreshing wine outdoors, at a picnic or springtime BBQ!
Light golden yellow with glinting highlights where light reflects off the wine at the edges.
Fresh cut grass and Meyer lemon meld with lemongrass, pecan and jasmine tea. As the wine warms, it reveals a really pleasant aroma of Asiago rind.
Silky and smooth with Meyer lemon, pecan, earthy white flowers, limestone minerals and green apple skin.
The silky beginning of this wine gradually yields to an easy gripiness that digs in at the edges. Flavors dwindle slowly throughout the process.
Herb roasted chicken surrounded by root vegetables and served up with a big side of green beans.
What the Winery Says
A delicious and voluptuous blend of Albariño and Grenache Blanc, this versatile wine can be enjoyed all on its own or with a varied assortment of cheeses or fresh fruits.
About the Winery
A small production, handcrafted winery in Napa, CA. The wines were crafted by winemakers Mark Herold and Jay Buoncristiani.