Tasting Notes :
Early season rains brought yields back to normal levels this year, mitigating the extended drought that afflicted most of California. A cool spring resulted in normal timing for bud break, in late March. Temperatures remained fairly cool in May and June, but high temperatures in July and again in early September triggered an early start to harvest. Quality was solid for the vintage overall.
90 Points – JamesSuckling.com
“Green apples, limes and freshly squeezed lemons. Light to medium body, fresh acidity and a bright finish. ” – James Suckling, May 2019
90 Points – Wine Spectator
“Lip-smacking and juicy, offering a sophisticated blend of pear, melon and citrus flavors, along with lemon verbena and fresh ginger details that linger on the smooth, clean, fresh finish. Drink now.” – Wine Spectator, June 2019