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The talented Bryon Kosuge—a Pinot Noir
and Chardonnay specialist—assists with
Wrath Wines like this nuanced white.
What You Need To Know
When archeologist Michael Thomas
took over Monterey’s small San Saba Vineyard in 2007, he
renamed it Wrath Wines, replanted many of the vineyards and
brought on Bryon Kosuge as a consultant. While the name choice
is eccentric, the latter two moves were unquestionably smart:
Wrath Vineyards lies in a windy, fog-prone corner of Monterey
that’s perfect for the cool-climate grape varieties Thomas chose,
and Kosuge (of Chile’s Kingston Family Vineyards) has a deft hand
with heat-shy grapes. This Chardonnay is unusually rich for a
Kosuge wine, which reflects a harvest of very ripe grapes.
Buttered apples and vanilla.
Luscious, with mouthfilling
pear and custard flavors.
Rich, creamy or buttery
poultry, pasta and seafood