2012 WHITE4

2012 WHITE4

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The Power of 4 – this wine is an estate blend combining grapes from our prestigious Huerhuero and Jardine vineyards located in the rolling hills of Paso Robles, where warm afternoons and cool evening breezes guide the grapes to perfect ripeness. The varieties used in this blend are very unique to Paso Robles and California’s Central Coast. Intended as a trial, we discovered that both the Vermentino and Verdelho have responded extremely well to the terroir of our Huerhuero Vineyard.

Each variety was hand harvested at night in an effort to preserve the fruit’s fresh flavors. The grapes were pressed at the winery and fermented separately in stainless steel tanks. Different yeast strains were used to best express the characteristics of each variety, resulting in a wine with added dimensions. No malolactic fermentation occurred. After fermentation, the wines were blended based on trials and the individual character of the wines. The result is a synergistic blend that is more delicious than the sum of its parts; a compelling wine.

Enjoy now through 2016.

Tasting Notes

  • Color: Light straw with green hues
  • Aroma: Peach and mango with hints of citrus
  • Taste: Round, medium-bodied with layers of fruit and a lingering, crisp finish


  • Silver Medal - San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition 2014
  • Silver Medal - Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo International Wine Competition 2014
  • 88 Points - Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar, November/December 2013
  • 92 Points, Editors' Choice - Wine Enthusiast, Best of Year 2013
  • Silver Medal - Sommelier Challenge International Wine Competition 2013
  • Gold Medal, Best of White Blends Other Than Rhones - Central Coast Wine Competition  2013
  • Silver Medal - Sunset International Wine Competition 2013
Other Notes
"An unconventional yet distinctive blend from Paso Robles" — Kevin Willenborg, Winemaker
Wine Specs
Paso Robles
Harvest Date
Sep. 11 — Sep. 25, 2012
Stainless steel tanks and neutral French oak barrels
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