July 15, 2021

Sometimes less is more. We love when wine writers educate and inform using layman terms. One of our favorite in that regard is Michael Chelus, whos blog Nittany Epicurean just wrote a nice little article about our 2020 Sauvignon Blanc. Check it out here.

Here's a bit of what he had to say:
"The wine exhibited great acidity and minerality. It was light-bodied and demonstrated good length. This wine would be the perfect sipper for the patio or the beach. It would also pair very well with freshly shucked oysters or a well-made lobster roll." Delicious.

P.S. he has also written some reviews on our 18 and 19 Pinot Noir. Heck them out here:
2018 Pinot Noir

2019 Pinot Noir: 

 

Make sure to check out his page http://nittanyepicurean.blogspot.com/for more quality reviews and wine recommendations.

 



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