Tatomer Sta. Rita Hills John Sebastiano Grüner Veltliner

Tatomer Sta. Rita Hills John Sebastiano Grüner Veltliner 2021

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Gruner Veltliner
U.S.A. > California > Santa Barbara

A wine for sommeliers and foodies alike, this Grüner from Tatomer is sourced from the John Sebastiano vineyard in the Sta. Rita Hills AVA. It represents the best of the best, being selected from only the most premium five rows in this acclaimed vineyard. Grown on steep slopes 250m above sea level, this wine has extreme cut and verve.

97/100 - The 2021 Grüner Veltliner John Sebastiano is phenomenal. What a wine! Rich, ample and explosive, the 2021 captivates all the senses with its dynamic personality. Aromatic and deep, with tremendous resonance, the 2021 is so impressive. Ripe orchard fruit, lemon confit, marzipan, dried flowers and chamomile build into the explosive finish. Wind during flowering caused significant shatter and lowered yields by a whopping 70%. The wine that was made, well it is truly exceptional. - Antonio Galloni, Vinous 

Pair with South or Southeast Asian fare. Think Green curry or spicy stir-fry.
Bottle Size: 75CL
ABV: 13.5%
Vintage: 2021

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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 >>