Drink If You Like
Chardonnay, Marsanne , Pinot Blanc
The Full Review
Hawthorn as a tasting note is a sexy way of saying earthy fish oil (right?), and this wine has a lot of it. It’s not off putting at all, but sets the stage as a sounding board for bracing acidity and high toned aromas of flint and mint with apple-pear vibes. The grapes that makes this wine live on the Sonoma coast, soaking up warm sun and cool fog, resulting in additional notes of ripe pineapple, kiwi and creamy vanilla dosed with coconut. Don’t let the screw cap give you pause or you’ll miss a great wine. They call it Sea Slopes for a reason.