This Albariño style that we have is based on the Portuguese style: bright and fresh. It's a wine all about the subtleties. Fruit forward with great length of flavor that has the ability to age.
With aromas of fresh cut grass and tropical fruit, this Portuguese varietal offers balanced botanical and acidic flavors on the palate. Pair with seafoods like oysters, scallops, or pan-seared tilapia.
On the nose, this wine has aromas of toasted oak, caramel and buttered popcorn, with vanilla, oak, and spice notes on the palate, combined with a bright crisp mouthfeel. Pair with seafood dishes and delicious with pizza with white sauce.
This light white wine has floral aromas, with a soft mouthfeel balanced by a hint of acidity. Pair with seafoods like fish tacos, yellowfin sashimi, or grilled vegetables.
The 2018 Rosé is a game changer for Broken Earth. It is both modern and “old world” in style, the hue and freshness representative of a Rosé de Provence produced in the, comparatively speaking, “new world” wine region of Paso Robles.
On the palate, this Verdelho has bright citrus and mineral notes with acidity adding structure. Pair with herb-roasted chicken and creamy rich dishes like white cheddar mac n cheese with pancetta.
Floral aromas of honey blossom and roses, with the palate combined with soft sweet melon notes along with lemon and citrus hints. Pair with seared swordfish, calamari, or grilled eggplant and mushrooms.
A new adventure with an old friend. La Belle emphasizes all things lovely about the Muscatel varietal that we have adored, and unfortunately forgotten about over the years. This Muscatel, known by the more common name of Muscat, offers insight into a whole new world of what can be achieved when this grape is produced in a new style. More simply put - this is not your grandma’s Muscat...we mean Muscatel. With that said, we invite you on this journey of rediscovery.
This 2017 vintage delivers apricot and coconut aromas in a balanced mixture that begs to be tasted. There is a touch of phenolic drying that gives way to pear skin and more apricot. A fresh and crisp finish brings the taste to an end.
Subtle in the nose, this wine begins with hints of umami characteristics (think savory, freshly baked bread) that stems from its most traditional méthode Champenoise production. With a light swirl, careful not to disturb the bubbles -- a plush wave of strawberry fruit rolls through. But don’t wait too long for that initial sip, the vivacious explosion of even more strawberries, bubbles, and texture allows a person to understand the passion that goes into the making of a sparkling wine.