Pale gold in color. Bright aromas of yellow stone fruits, white flowers and fresh herbs. Flavors of fresh lemon bar and Asian pear excite the palate. There's a voluptuous texture to the wine indicative of lees stirring but braced with a racy, brine-like acidity and a long lingering finish.
-Palmina produces wines from Italian varietals grown in Santa Barbara County, California. Steve and Chrystal found that the climate and soil types here are similar to those in their favorite regions of Northern Italy. Each have unique microclimates – Piemonte, Friuli and Santa Barbara County - that are similar. All feature cold air pushing warm air to create growing conditions that provide enough sunlight to help fully develop fruit flavors. And all three regions enjoy cool night temperatures that maintain the grape’s natural acidity levels, and which allow winemakers to create “food wines” with a balance of fruit, tannin and acid.