Wild and exotic, indeed.
Liquid Farm caught our attention several years ago with their luscious rosé, nicknamed "Pink Crack."
Having carried their Chardonnay for years we have been waiting for the right vintage to feature it - this is the vintage!
As we wrote about a few weeks ago in our Ramey Fort Ross Chardonnay feature, there is a movement in California to deemphasize oak allowing pure fruit expression to emerge.
"The 2019 Chardonnay White Hill is energetic and pure, with scents of lemon peel, tangy yogurt, crushed shell and hazelnut. The palate is shimmery and perfumed, with nutty tones hinting at more savory complexity to come with bottle age. It has a fine, chalky texture that anchors the very long finish, and the overall style nods to a great Chablis." Wine Advocate
It is no wonder this Santa Rita Hills Chardonnay is a California stunner. The cool climate provides a crispness to the wine found in some of Burgundy's finest whites.
Speaking of fine white Burgundies, if you like lip-smacking, crisp, and mineral-driven whites (as we do), then you must try Liquid Farm's White Hill Chardonnay.
There are also faint yet gorgeous notes of salinity that run through the wine making it especially enjoyable when paired with seafood.