Texas High Plains
Pronounced “vee-own-yay”, this dry, medium bodied, white wine is known for its intense fruity and exotic nose. Sweet aromatics of orange blossom, jasmine, and lemon zest burst out of the glass. The palate is complemented with lemon rind, cantaloupe, apricot, and dash of thyme for an acidic, juicy finish.
Stainless steel fermentation and aging.
Food Pairing Notes
Pork Chops, Turkey with Traditional Trimmings, Chicken Kabobs, Lemon Spatchcock Chicken, Honey Ham or Roast, Beef Jerky, Blue Cheese, Ginger, Cashews, Almonds.