Wine Ca' del Solo Albarino 2007
Wine of pale straw color with green reflections.
The wine has a rich taste with hints of fruit, citrus, wild herbs and a touch of almond. Moderate acidity and good body.
The wine has a rich aroma with hints of lemon and ginger.
The wine goes well with oysters and cheese. An excellent aperitif.
Bonnie Doon Vineyards manufacturer Wynyard located in California, whose climate and soil resemble Sredizemnorskoe coast than Bordeaux or Burgundy. Production owns Randall Graham, known for his unusual biography and non-trivial approach to winemaking. As a student, he started an apprenticeship Graham harvest wine warehouse, where he tried a variety of unique French wines. Obsessed with the idea to make the best American wine from Pinot Noir, it acquires land in the mountains of Santa Cruz, which local nicknamed Bonnie Doon. Although Graham's dream was not to be realized, as all his attempts failed, he soon plants this site different varieties of grapes, from which later turned out the most unusual and eccentric wines.
One of them is amazing Ca 'del Solo Albariño has created varieties of Albariño and Loureiro. It would seem strange varietal composition for California. However, autochthonous varieties from the Iberian Peninsula, grown using biodynamic methods, gave a striking result, once again proving the genius unconventional approach Randall Graham. When creating Albarino used an unusual technique, whereby the yield of grapes from different terroirs vinified separately. After finishing the fermentation, which runs at a controlled temperature in stainless steel tanks, wine blended and kept for several months in the bottles. Unusual illustration label wine symbolizes the "sensual crystallization" Albarino and should create a visual representation of the refined taste of wine, as if woven from light, refreshing notes of citrus fruit, crisp acidity and mineral nuances in a long, elegant finish.