Uber-aromatic, with appealing notes of white peach, jasmine, honeysuckle and lime.
It’s lean in style, drinking off-dry, but balanced by racy acidity that stretches out the finish.
The vineyard for Kung Fu Girl was planted in 1998 by Jerry Milbrandt, the rows lie along a stretch of steep cliffs above the Columbia River. A cooler site due to river influence, the soils are composed of fragmented basalt, gravel silt, and caliche deposited during ice age floods. This site produces fruit with sublime mineral character and the acid balance that winemakers dream
About the Producer
In 2006, Charles Smith started his eponymous range of wines, with the aim to create high quality, varietal specific wines true to the place of origin, at a price point everyone can enjoy.
These Washington State wines are full of flavour, balanced and approachable, and have consistently garnered 90+ scores by leading industry critics. A self-taught winemaker, Charles is a true artisan and pioneer in the wine world. In 2009 Food & Wine magazine awarded Charles Winemaker of the Year, and in 2010 Seattle Magazine recognised him as their Winemaker of the Year.