I’ve long enjoyed this unique rosé from Crozet, VA’s Stinson Vineyards for its distinctive combination of fruity and savory qualities.
Fruit aromas of musk melon, apricot, and tangerine are made far more interesting by layers of Earl Grey tea, dried
This estate-grown sauvignon blanc from Blenheim Vineyards has a bit of a New Zealand feel to it. The nose shows
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Tangerine and strawberry aromas are accented by distinct-but-subtle notes of underripe blackberry and savory herbs. Lighter bodied and super-fresh, the
Peachy and tropical, the nose also offers hints of citrus zest, citrus blossom, and crushed coriander seed. Plump and juicy,
There is a floral, citrusy, and slightly grassy edge to the nose here, which is dominated by peach and apricot
Aromas of fresh-sliced strawberries drizzled with just a little orange blossom honey are joined by scents of earthy dried mint