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 (e.g. 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 e orts toward sustainability best-practices.
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. ese rivers have brought soils rich in granitic-based minerals that lend complex avors to the wines.
The 2013 G Spot features spicy, mineral scented aromas of orange blossom, jasmine and pear followed by layers of mouth lling grapefruit, lime and honeydew melon avors. Juicy acidity provides a perfect balance with a clean, satisfying.
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