Vinicultural Society

Count’s Selection French Colombard

Count’s Selection French Colombard bottle

The Vinicultural Society explores clonal selections, varietals, vineyards and the incredible terroir of Sonoma County. The Buena Vista Vinicultural Society honors our Sonoma roots and contributes to California's great wine history with this Count’s Selection French Colombard.

April 1, 2015 | Wine Enthusiast
The winery remains committed to French Colombard, honoring its heritage with this wine. Wet stone, apple and lemon distinguish it most, both in terms of aromatics and taste. Crisp and refreshing, it’s a fun wine to begin the night, served chilled and shared.

- V.B.
  • Winemaking

    The grapes come from a vineyard on the east side of Windsor in the Russian River Valley. The grapes were whole cluster pressed with native fermentation and the lees were stirred occasionally to lend creaminess to the mid palate. The wine was aged for 5 months in neutral French oak barrels.

  • Nose

    The French Colombard is a refreshing wine showcasing aromas and flavors of tangerine, cucumber and lime accented with just a hint of vanilla.

  • Palate

    This is a clean, refreshing wine with a medium body and a crisp minerality that makes it the perfect pairing for many of your summertime meals.

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