A light fresh floral nose of stock flowers and lime peel grows with orange blossom and ripe cantaloupe as it opens up. The crisp clean palate with bright acidity is typical to Albariño.
Stewart Ranch down in Napa Carneros has its toes in the estuary south of Napa, and stays cool and breezy. Long cool growing seasons give depth of flavor and hold acidity. Albarino itself is an uncommon variety in California, but it is well known in Spain where it is grown in Galicia. Its zippy acidity and light floral notes make it a natural companion to tapas and fresh seafood
- Alcohol: 13.4
- Appellation: Napa Valley
- Wine Type: White