With three generations, four decades and five ranches, this farming family’s roots run deep in Sonoma County. They reserve just three percent of the estate grapes for winemaker Scot Covington to custom craft small lots of the highest quality for each vintage. This one came in just ahead of the fires, harvested in the heat of the moment, but it’s a stony, chalky refreshment with candied lemon peel and melon.
Picked before the Kincade fires hit the Alexander Valley, this white is grassy and herbal, with a hint of matchstick on the nose. It is stony and chalky on the palate, tasting of candied lemon peel and honeydew melon.