Sonoma Coast, CA- A crisp, supple, layered and complex wine that harmoniously combines fruit flavors of peach and apricot with the aromas of tropical fruit, apple and white flower. These elements are accented by additional layers of tangerine, pear and hazelnut.
Wine grapes have been planted in Sonoma County since the first European settlers arrived. In 1812, Russian immigrants began planting vines along the coast. In the 1820s, Spanish monks planted vines as they built their missions. In 1855, Hungarian Agoston Haraszthy founded Buena Vista, which bills itself as California’s first premium winery, still in operation today.