|Taste||pineapple and lemon peel|
Founded in 2002, the name "Meiomi" (pronounced May-oh-mee) translates to the word "coast" in the language of the native Wappo Tribe. By the 2008 vintage, Meiomi had become a tri-appellation blend, sourcing fruit from the coastal regions of Sonoma, Monterey, Santa Barbara counties and this approach continues today.
For one of the larger white wine bottlings in the world, this wine stays clean, crisp and compelling, which is quite a feat. A slight effervescence in the glass gives way to aromas of melon, lemon soda, mango, plumeria and cold steel. The palate is quite tight at first then opens toward guava, Anjou pear and pineapple.