One of the
things – OK, one of many things – that makes wine so fascinating is the
variety and the chance to enjoy unusual wines and blends that defy the
established models. The Luna Vineyards Freakout from Napa Valley is
inspired by the crisp, fragrant white wines of Friuli in northeastern
Italy, Riper and fuller, as you might expect from California, this is
still a crisp, exuberant and delicious blend, based on chardonnay,
sauvignon blanc, pinot grigio and ribolla gialla. Who knew anyone was
growing ribolla gialla in Napa Valley?
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