Willowcroft started planting albarino in 2010 after Lew visited Galicia in Spain trying to find a replacement for Chardonnay that had been lost to flavescence doree.
The wine is dry with earthy citrus & mineral notes and a touch of peach on the finish.
Great with ethnic seafood and chicken dishes.
In the 1800’s, the land of WillowCroft Winery was planted as fruit orchards. Early Virginian farmers recognized the optimal growing landscape of the Catoctin Ridge along the Blue Ridge Mountains, ...