Before preparing dinner this evening, we selected the 2009 Seyval Blanc from Gray Ghost Vineyards to enjoy with goat cheese and a baguette. The Seyval Blanc is aged in Hungarian oak for four months and of course the pairing was perfect.
On the nose we noted subtle smoke, citrus, and a hint of pear. In the mouth we had similar characteristics but also noted some minerality. We enjoyed the nice crisp edge and how it complimented the goat cheese. You simply can’t go wrong with any of the wines from Gray Ghost Vineyards.