Sold Out! VineCo’s Limited Release Original Series California Sol (or Sun), brings ripeness and complexity to this aromatic pleaser. A complimentary blend of Chenin Blanc and Pinot Grigio, this wine delivers aromas of crisp green apple and juicy stone fruit, with tropical notes that linger. Bright and fresh on the palette, this wine is light to medium bodied, showing balance and a clean finish.
A perfect sunny sipper, easy to share with friends for a casual gathering or around the dinner table.
It’s like Sipping on Sunshine!
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Originating in the Loire Valley of France, Chenin Blanc is now grown around the world. Chenin Blanc is perfect for making bright summer wines but is versatile enough to be used for sparkling and dessert wines as well. Chenin Blanc has a reputation for producing high-quality dry wines. Chenin Blanc pairs well with a variety of foods and is perfect for sweet or sour dishes with its bright acidity.
Known as Pinot Gris in France, this cousin of the Chardonnay grape is now more readily known as Pinot Grigio (the Italian version). Pinot Gris typically offers good fruit and medium body while Pinot Grigio wines are lively, zippy and crisp. Both are great with a variety of foods and are a great sipper on a hot summer day. Pinot Grigios and Pinot Gris are currently Canada's favourite white wines.
California has so much diversity in terroir that there’s a perfect place to grow nearly every kind of grape. In fact, you’ll find more than 100 varieties across the state, giving great latitude to create complex varietals and unique, expressive blends. Unafraid to challenge traditions and methodology- California has become hugely influential in winemaking.
Dry wines like Cabernet and Pinot Grigio have no perceptible amount of sweetness to the drinker and will often be detected as having a drying character in the mouth.
Typically lighter in colour and have lighter tannins. May have residual sugar.
No oak is present as is the case for most whites, rosés and light, fruity reds.