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Theopolis Vineyards Yorkville Highlands Symphony 2017:
Description: Tropical floral aromas, with flavors of peaches and mango. The wine has a pleasant balance of acidity and harmonizes to create a refreshing and delicious wine, with a crisp and clean finish. Indeed, it strikes the right note!
Varietal: The Symphony grape is a California crossing of Muscat of Alexandria and Grenache Gris developed in 1948 (but not commercially released until 1982) by the late Harold Olmo, professor of viticulture at the University of California, Davis. As its pedigree suggests, it is a seductively aromatic wine with delightfully captivating aromas that are markedly floral with slightly spicy flavors.
Harvest Date: October 10, 2017
Bottling Date: September 13, 2018
Vinification: This vintage was fermented in stainless steel.
Color: White Diamonds
Food Pairing Suggestions: It is well suited to pair with seafood, spicy food, Southeast Asian food, cheese dishes or simply to take on a picnic.
Production: 100 Cases
KEN’S WINE REVIEW
“This white gold colored Symphony wine from Theopolis is very good. It opens with a floral bouquet with notes of candle wax and hints of pineapple, honeysuckle and apricot pit. On the palate, this wine is medium-plus bodied, round, and juicy. The flavor profile is a mineral influenced white peach with notes of almond paste and tart yellow grapefruit. I also detected hints of Honeydew melon and lime. The finish is dry, refreshing, and extended. This wine would pair well with lots of Asian cuisines. I would try it with Thai rolls, cashew chicken. or ginger-soy glazed mahi-mahi. Enjoy.” - Ken
2019 Silver Medal - San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition
2019 Gold Medal, 93 Points - Press Democrat North Coast Wine Challenge
2019 Silver Medal - Sunset International Wine Competition