Tatomer Santa Barbara County Kick-On-Ranch Riesling

Tatomer Santa Barbara County Kick-On-Ranch Riesling 2016

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Graham Tatomer is definitely a Californian winemaker to watch. This stunning, very slightly off dry white proves that it’s not only the Austrian and German big boys who can produce great Riesling.

93/100 - Another stand out in this range, the 2016 Riesling Kick-On Ranch is creamy and resonant. The Kick-On is distinguished by its vertical feel an exceptional overall balance. Orange peel, dried flowers and lightly honeyed notes add an exotic flair. The 6 grams of residual sugar are not especially noticeable. - Antonio Galloni, Vinous 
Vibrant citrus fruit on the nose with a backdrop of petroleum; fresh and mineral palate with great vibrancy.
Made with grapes from a small vineyard sandwiched between the Santa Maria and the Santa Ynez Valleys.
The wine has some skin contact and is aged in neutral wood.
An age worthy wine, this will keep for some years to come.
Tatomer recommends decanting this wine before drinking.
Bottle Size: 75CL
ABV: 13.0%
Vintage: 2016

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Winery History
Graham Tatomer’s career in wine started back in high school and after he worked the holidays at a local winery all the way through college (in Santa Barbara), he decided that he had found his career path. Drawn to the brightness and acidity of the Germanic varieties (especially Riesling), it wasn’t long before Graham sourced fruit from some old... Read More >>