Ultimate Beverage Challenge 86 points - Loads of melon and peach aromas from this seven varietal blend, with a slight bitter almond quality balancing the rich and ripe sweetness overall. Finishes clean and crisp, with plenty of mouth-watering acidity. (May 2012)
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Wine maker notes
Seven Daughters is a blend of seven carefully chosen grape varieties, crafted together into a sophisticated yet fun wine. Like you and your friends - all different and yet so perfect together.
Our white blend pairs beautifully with Sushi, fruit salad, Gulf of Mexico fish (like snapper and grouper), scallops, Asian chicken salad, Cantonese, Thai and Latin cuisines.
It all started in the early 2000s when a few winemakers began talking about what pairs most perfectly with wine. Naturally, the conversation started with food. Until someone shrugged and said, “I love wine with laughter.” Everyone agreed that the best bottles of wine pair perfectly with good conversation, storytelling, and, yes, laughter. In short, the best wines pair perfectly with friends!
It was with this mind-set that we at Seven Daughters created our first Winemaker’s Blends back in 2008. By carefully selecting seven different varietals and blending them into balanced perfection, we produced a wine that is far better than the sum of its parts. A wine that is adventurous, but also pleasing to large crowds. That is approachable enough to enjoy with a girlfriend and a stack of magazines, but elegant enough to serve at a dinner party that calls for the “nice china.”
Since releasing the Seven Daughters Red and White Winemaker’s Blends, we have expanded the Seven Daughters portfolio to go beyond discovery offerings. We now offer traditional varietals as well: Moscato, Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, and Merlot. Of course, even as our portfolio has grown and become more diverse, our philosophy has remained the same: make great wine for sharing with even better friends. So pick up a bottle, pour a glass (or four), and give your friends a call. Or, better yet, we’ll be right over.