Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Tuesday Tasting on a Wednesday: Cultivate Wine Whites

Cultivate Wines  sources grapes from a variety of countries to make high-quality wines at a less expensive price point. They also support a variety of educational organizations by donating 10 percent of their sales. Creative labels add to the fun.

Dream Walking Chardonnay 2009
$25.99 (Media Sample)

Dream Walking is a California Chardonnay blended from Santa Lucia Highlands and Mendocino County grapes. This is a classic California Chardonnay, with just a slight butteriness and round texture. Some slight citrus aromas with melon or tropical fruit lead to a clean tasting wine. Really well-balanced and a pleasure to drink.

Double Blind Pinot Grigio 2010
$16.99 (Media Sample)

A Pinot Grigio sourced from Veneto, Italy, Double Blind offers light and easy drinking, balanced and totally food-friendly. It has a nice structure, pleasant acidity and crisp, citrusy aroma. Easy-drinking on its own as well as tasty with a variety of foods.

Disclaimer: This wine was sent to me for review purposes, courtesy of Cultivate Wines. I was not compensated in any other way for the review, was not obligated to give the wine a positive review, and all opinions are my own. Some information in this review was taken from the company website.

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1 comment:

  1. The chardonnay sounds great. Now that warmer weather is here I like to have a nice glass of white now and again.