A great front-porch wine, this full-bodied white is rich, vibrant, and focused. It tastes especially good on a warm night or as the star of any Southern gathering. We recommend pairing it with lemon-roasted chicken, low-country boils, mild flavored fish like flounder, or fresh vegetables cooked on the grill.
Recipe PairingsSlow-Cooker Corn ChowderCreamy Ham-and-Chicken MedleyOld-Fashioned Chicken Pot PieDouble-Crust Chicken Pot PiesBaked Potato SoupSheet Pan Shrimp and Vegetables with RiceGrilled Chicken and Garden Salsa
Central Coast, California, United States
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