Tasting Notes: Mineral, Peach, Salinity, Candied Ginger
Proprietors of Liquid Farm, Nikki and Jeff Nelson, make the wines along with guidance from the talented guys at Dragonette Cellars. Their aim is to make wines "that have naturally high acidity and are not masked by many of the modern day manipulations." The name refers to wine being a liquid that comes from farming. The name White Hill alludes to the white chalky hills of Chablis and that is precisely what this wine reminds us of - Chablis. This is a beautiful, minerally, brackish wine aged in neutral oak barrels and some stainless steel.