We only have about 200 bottles of this wine, so sadly there is not much to go around. Located below Promontory, next to Futo and just down the road from To Kalon, Oakville Farmhouse has the oldest vines left in Oakville. Although most of the vineyard is a field blend of reds, there is a small ¼-acre white block composed primarily of French Colombard and Chenin Blanc, but also contains Muscadelle, Semillon, and a trace of Malvasia Bianca. All the varieties are picked and gently pressed together into a single neutral oak barrel. Unlike the Alder or Brosseau wines, which we love to pour next to some of our favorite champagnes, this wine should be enjoyed on its own and appreciated for its total uniqueness. I would hold a couple years or give lots of air before drinking. 1 g/l dosage.