This is a 100% estate grown Verdelho varietal. This dry white wine initially greets you as crisp and light. After opening and pouring your fist glass, you’ll note the pleasant pear and passion fruit aromas on the nose. With the first few sips, you’ll definitely distinguish some lemony notes along with some slight soft oak. What better way to wrap up a hot summer week than a bottle of this and your favorite cheese and crackers. This wine seems quite versatile and could easily pair with many lovely summer foods. It equally stands alone as a great wine to share with friends and family when the temperatures get hotter outside and something crisp and refreshing is required. This could be the new standard for Texas seafood and white wine pairing. Enjoy and savor every sip!

IMG_8037 - Alamosa Wine Cellars - Jacques Lapin - 2013