2016 Two Wrongs Make A White
These two aromatic grape varieties don't often make friends with others. But when we sat down in our blending trials and put them together, we found they created a racy, refreshing crowd-pleaser. The result was clear: sometimes two wrongs do make a white.
Upon chilling this wine releases a natural sediment called tartrates. These harmless crystalline deposits are present in the wine as a result of our low-intervention wine making practices. The longer it's chilled the more tartrates form, so if you'd prefer to keep them to a minimum it's best to chill immediately prior to serving.