G Spot 2013 White Wine Field Blend
98% Viognier and 2% Chardonnay from vineyards in Lodi comprise our 2013 edition.
While the Lodi appellation is most often associated with Zinfandel and other red grape varieties, a few early pioneers successfully experimented with white grape varieties which continue to produce excellent fruit. Lodi is a diverse wine region formed thousands of years ago through geological events and alluvial waters. Two major rivers originating in the Sierra Nevada mountain range feed the Lodi appellation; the Mokelumne and Cosumnes. These rivers have brought soils rich in granitic-based minerals that lend complex flavors to the wines.
Lodi’s classic Mediterranean climate of warm sunny days combined with cool evening breezes from the San Francisco Delta attribute to the perfect acidic balances and full flavors in the wines.
Our 2013 G Spot features spicy, mineral scented aromas of orange blossom, jasmine and pear followed by layers of mouth filling grapefruit, lime and honeydew melon flavors. Juicy acidity provides a perfect balance with a clean, satisfying finish.
Wine buyers will immediately notice that, unlike other wine bottles, Dirty Pure bottles do not have capsules. Capsules only serve a decorative purpose and, on occasion, can lead to mold forming on the cork if the wine is stored improperly (i.e.. 99% of the time). Additionally, the production of metal and plastic capsules is a messy and environmentally unfriendly business. Foregoing capsules is just one of our efforts toward sustainability best-practices.