2007 Littorai "Lemon`s Folly" Sonoma Coast (375ml)

SKU #1342703 Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

 Pale color. Dusty aromas of peach, cinnamon stick and ginger. Fat, spicy and aromatic in the mouth, verging on exotic. (ST)  (5/2008)

K&L Notes

The estate was founded in 1993 by Heidi and Ted Lemon. Ted Lemon had previously worked with some of Burgundy's top producers, including Romanée-Conti, Dujac and Georges Roumier. The vineyards are bio-dynamic, using no artificial fertilizers or sprays. The indicative blend of the "Lemon's Folly" is: Gerwertztraminer, Chenin Blanc, and Sauvignon Blanc.

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