The majority of fruit here is from Flanagan's Redwood Valley Grape Ranch and is split between stainless steel and neutral barrel for fermentation. Riley wants this to emulate the classic, drinkable Sauvignon Blancs that define the better wines of the category and she absolutely succeeds. It would be hard to imagine having too much of this around the house for the summer and fall!
Riley Flanagan planted her first grapevine when she was just two years old with the help of her father, Eric. From that moment on, her desire to make wine has fueled her efforts to become a winemaker who "produces great wines, made with integrity, at an accessible price." The name, "Riley's Rows," is a heartfelt reference to the vines she planted with her father many years ago, and with her current releases, she is excited to share the first ever bottling of wine made from those very plants.Learn More
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