Description: This luscious chardonnay has aromas of soft white florals with cool flavors of stone fruit and soft citrus. Well balanced, yet crisp and fruit forward with a long tropical fruit finish.
Winemaker’s Notes: A stunning expression of Arizona’s
potential. 100% stainless steel fermentation, racked three times prior to bottling, Aged 18 months, primarily in French oak. Small percentages were aged in Hungarian as well as American oak for additional complexity.
Pairings: Pair with a moment of reflection, but if you must have food try richer fish, chicken with creamy mushroom sauce or a plate of apples, pears provolone & brie
Description: Riesling and a less sticky, dry styled muscat
envelope Symphony and evoke seductively fragrant aromas of Seville oranges, peaches and pears. Symphony provides a palate that deftly balances sweetness and acidity for an
incredible smooth fruity white wine rich with body and
Winemaker’s Notes: Muscat is vinted dry with the
intention of preserving its body, richness and unmistakeable nose. The result is a modest alcohol content and beautiful smoothness. Symphony can be vinted from dry to sweet and even with a touch of tart brings welcomed balance and
fluidity to blends.
Pairings: Spicy asian dishes, white fish, pasta with lemon and garlic sauces, creamy Fourme d’Ambert or Stilton
Description: Abundant with color,structure and flavor, Dark fruits of black berry and black cherry harmonize with poignant aromas of smoke and spice for a meaningful finish.
Winemaker’s Notes: The extended growing conditions and warm climate of Willcox allow the cross varietal Arinarnoa to thrive. It brings a fleshy Merlot together with the Pt Sirah’s desirable acidity and recognized spice.
Pairings: Thyme roasted Chicken, Pasta Bolognese, caramelized roasted veggies, or a deeply aged
Description: A creamy nose of black cherries and freshly steeped black tea, give way to recognizable dark fruits and spice. Full bodied and rich with depth, displaying
Winemaker’s Notes: Alicante Bouchet is a cross that took two generations to complete. This grape has amazing color and intense flavor and its known unreliable acidity is maintained with prudent vineyard management and the back-bone of a well acclimated Tempranillo.
Pairings: Charbroiled rib eye, deeply aged Manchego, grilled peppers and onions, or black forest cake.