Drawn off a vineyard prized by Turley, Neyers, Scholium Project and other elite California wineries, this is a staggering deal at $19.99 a bottle
Today, we have a staggering offer from Evan Frazier, the assistant winemaker at Kongsgaard. After working alongside California’s King of Chardonnay, John Kongsgaard, Frazier is bringing the same precision and artisanal approach to his Ferdinand label as his mentor — honed by crafting wines such as the Kongsgaard 2013 “The Judge” Chardonnay ($750), which earned 100 points from Robert Parker. Drawn off a vineyard prized by Turley, Neyers, and Scholium Project, one sip of this ethereal, bright Albariño will make it clear why at $19.99 this is an incredible value. As Kongsgaard passes the torch to Frazier, don’t miss out on the chance to sample the work of this young master before prices start soaring.
Named one of “Napa’s Innovative New Guard Winemakers” by Wine Enthusiast, Frazier sourced fruit from the rocky Vista Luna Vineyard in the Borden Ranch AVA. Planted by Markus Bokisch, the spectacular site is coveted by a who’s who of California wine. Why?
Nestled into the base of the rolling Sierra foothills, the cobbled, rocky soils put vines on a starvation diet, leading to low-yields and infusing each grape with exquisite concentration. Stiff winds whooshing in from the Delta cool the berries, elongating ripening. Bokisch, of Spanish descent, knows more about cultivating the varieties of Spain in California than anyone else in the state. This is as authentic as Albariño gets outside of the motherland.
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