2010 Coriol Sonoma Valley White Wine
White Blend •Landa Vineyard and Snow Vineyard
California: Sonoma County: Sonoma Valley
Like the wind
An unusual blend of 35% Grenache Blanc, 29% Roussanne, 20% Marsanne, and 16% Picpoul Blanc, today’s Anaba Wines 2010 Coriol Sonoma Valley White Wine is… deeee-licious!
Picpoul Blanc is a rare and lesser known Rhône varietal that is one of the thirteen grape varietals that is permitted in Châteauneuf du Pape, where it gives acidity and lift to the wine. It is this esoteric grape that makes this wine such an exceptional food wine.
This delightfully bright and flavorful wine can be enjoyed with a wide variety of fare - especially something rich or fatty.
Don’t miss out on this wonderful find from our newest winery addition!
Pale golden straw color, with a even coloration from core to edge.
Light lemongrass, subtle white peach, pineapple, lime leaf and a hint of chalky soil.
Bright fruit and earthy minerals, with flavors of white peach, pineapple, lemon rind, lemongrass and a hint of underripe pear.
Medium long, bright and gently spritsy with lingering flavors of lime leaf, lemon peel and slate.
Enjoy this bright wine with something fatty: scallops and asparagus in a rich and creamy sauce, or a roast duck breast.