This is definitely a white wine for red drinkers--perfect for the winter time. It’s super earthy on the nose, with a true richness from a creamy texture that has nothing to do with oak or weight. There’s a hefty honeycomb wax note on the finish. It’s a relative to Airen with a little more acidity and floral aroma. And wine geek note = this is technically an orange wine! (seeds and skins are in the ferment, so it’s got more antioxidants and that’s where the weight comes from too) It’s a great food wine. Put it with pork chops, mushrooms, heavy chicken dishes, bison, or hard cheese. Under 150 cases were made! *A Shiraz exclusive.