VINTAGE:
2017 [CURRENT VINTAGE]
GRAPES:
GRENACHE BLANC
HAND HARVESTED:
OCTOBER 13, 2017
SOIL:
LIMESTONE
VINEYARD:
RANCHO BOA VISTA
YEASTS:
INDIGENOUS
MALOLACTIC FERMINTATION:
PARTIAL
SULFER:
40 P.P.M. INTRODUCED
JULY 7, 2018 AT 4:00 P.M.
BOTTLED:
JULY 22, 2018[UNFINED, UNFILTERED]
ABV: 13.97%

Lizette2017

184 cases made

Our Lizette label is named after David’s beloved mother, Elisabeth “Liz” Haskell. Sadly, we lost Liz in 2019, but the memory of her lively character and elegance aptly lives on in Lizette.

Grenache Blanc, a relative of the red Grenache grape, originated in Spain before moving to France where it is currently the fourth most widely planted white grape varietal. In recent years, Grenache Blanc has found its way to the Central Coast of CA where it enjoys our hot days and cool nights. This climate helps the grapes develop their prime qualities: rich full body and crisp acids. Ballard Canyon, the AVA where our grapes come from, sources their vines from the Rhone Valley in France.

Often used as a blending grape, at Boscoe we make a 100% Grenache Blanc, again, letting the grapes speak for themselves.

3 bottle limit.

$55.00 / 750mL

1094 in stock

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VINTAGE:
2017 [CURRENT VINTAGE]
GRAPES:
GRENACHE BLANC
HAND HARVESTED:
OCTOBER 13, 2017
SOIL:
LIMESTONE
VINEYARD:
RANCHO BOA VISTA
YEASTS:
INDIGENOUS
MALOLACTIC FERMINTATION:
PARTIAL
SULFER:
40 P.P.M. INTRODUCED
JULY 7, 2018 AT 4:00 P.M.
BOTTLED:
JULY 22, 2018[UNFINED, UNFILTERED]
ABV: 13.97%

92 Boscoe 2017 Lizette Rancho Boa Vista Vineyard Grenache Blanc (Ballard Canyon). This single-vineyard expression starts with aromas of lemon peel, dried apple and a wet stone minerality on the nose. It’s tightly wound on the sip, with a citrus-rind element that leads into a creamier midpalate, as a steely minerality and brisk apple-peel flavors pushing into the finish.

—M.K., Wine Enthusiast

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