This Tuesday Tasting we feature 3 bone-dry whites that still manage to wet your whistle. Featuring:
- Deusa Nai Albarino, Spain—Mandarin orange, wild herbs, and a hint of brine make up this critically acclaimed summer white.
- La Capra Chenin Blanc, South Africa—South Africa’s most popular grape shows well in this bright and juicy white tasting of crisp apples and a hint of spice.
- Sigalas Santorini Assyrtiko-Athiri, Greece—Retsina this is not! Santorini is famous for its dry white wines (and training the vines to grow in unique basket shapes) and this combination of 2 famous grapes from the region (Assyrtiko and Athiri) results in ripe citrus flavours and strong minerality.