• BRAND

    The Girls In The Vineyard
  • COUNTRY

    California, Lake County, North America, North Coast, USA
  • ABV

    0.139%
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The Girls In The Vineyard Lake County Sauvignon Blanc 2020

The Girls In The Vineyard Lake County Sauvignon Blanc 2020

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  • BRAND

    The Girls In The Vineyard
  • COUNTRY

    California, Lake County, North America, North Coast, USA
  • ABV

    0.139%

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Description

A pale straw yellow that reminds us of Languedoc sunflowers or the mustard that brightens the valleys of California's wine country every spring. A bowl of July's freshest fruit with a touch of minerality.

Producer Description

It started 20 years ago with an opportunity to work for a craft brewer in Western Australia. Showing up in Australia with a degree from the University of California, a good work ethic and a "can do" spirit was the perfect combination of right place-right time. After three years down under, Kat moved back to the US and her husband, Australian Rob McDonald quickly followed.They founded Old Bridge Cellars and began importing the legendary Australian wines they both loved...d'Arenberg, Jasper Hill, Yarra Yaring, Leeuwin Estate. Along the way, Kat took a break and went to law school, they planted vineyards in both Australia and the Napa Valley and began making their own wines including the eponymous named Mak.In 2008, they founded Art+Farm Wine in Napa. Art+Farm is home to their single vineyard wines the girls in the vineyard, their outrageous blends-The Messenger and their true varietals: Circadia.Kat and Rob live in Napa with their two children and an odd looking creature that is supposed to be a dog. Kat is a little obsessed with her heritage breed chickens and the eggs they lay and also her bees. Rob is obsessed with compost and growing the perfect tomato. Both are huge proponents of dry farming and see water as the single biggest factor in the future of agriculture.

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