Hayman & Hill 2006 "Interchange" Santa Barbara County "Reserve No. 22" White Blend ($12.99)
Transparent straw color. Fresh pineapple aroma, clean and true, like cutting into a ripe, juicy fruit. Medium body, rich but dry, more pineapple with a tart lemon overtone. Textured and fresh, no lightweight on the palate at 13.5% alcohol, but acidic cut and balance make it an outstanding match with fresh seafood. US Importer: N/A (Mar 7, 2008)

FOOD MATCH: A fine partner with seafood and fish. It made a great match with fresh halibut simply pan-seared with garlic and Meyer lemon.

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