Pale straw color with green highlights and slight
effervescence. Bright aromas of lemon blossom, white ginger and sage remind one of the pilgrim journeys along the winding paths leading to Santiago de Compostela in Galicia. Citrus rind, wild herbs and green almond flavors continue this Spanish interlude as the '08 vintage finishes long, crisp and briny. Pairs beautifully with fresh oysters,
camarón en cazuela or any fresh bloomy rind goat or sheep's milk cheese.
Few winemakers in California understand acidity
better than Randall Grahm, and he provides plenty of
it in this brilliantly clean, bone-dry wine. It
cleanses the mouth with scoury flavors of lychee, lime,
nectarine, minerals and peppery nasturtium, with a foresty, resinous quality suggesting pine cone.
Based in Santa Cruz, heartland of New Age thinking and deferred transition to adulthood, Bonny Doon Vineyard has a not-so surprising history of idealism and innovation. Founded by Randall Grahm in the bucolic hamlet of Bonny Doon, California, in 1983, we’re known for strikingly original wines made from lesser-known (though no less noble) grape varieties, the vinous Ugly Ducklings. Bonny Doon Vineyard made its mark with pioneering work with Rhône varieties, innovative production techniques, and... View More