WHAT A TREAT THAT WE WERE ABLE TO GET OUR HANDS ON THIS GRAPE! A RARE HYBRID GRAPE VARIETY OF GRENACHE GRIS AND MUSCAT OF ALEXANDRIA, SYMPHONY WAS BORN AT UC DAVIS IN 1948 BUT WASN'T RELEASED COMMERCIALLY UNTIL 1982. THERE ARE CURRENTLY ONLY ABOUT 700 ACRES OF THIS UNIQUE GRAPE PLANTED IN CALIFORNIA AND WE WERE LUCKY ENOUGH TO HARVEST enough in 2021.
COLOR: CRYSTAL CITRON
NOSE: rich aromas of honeysuckle, light citrus, and stone fruit
MOUTH: gardenias, madarin oranges, apricot, and citrus
FINISH: BRIGHT with lingering fresh acidity and juicy tropical fruit
FLAVOR PAIRINGS: CaeSAR SALAD, CORN FRITTERS, BUFFALO CHICKEN WINGS, DILL/LEMON
Fun Fact: Symphony received its name because of the "symphony observed between the rich aromas and rich flavors" observed in the wine.