Made from an undisclosed blend (but we are going to guess there is some chardy in this), it's a lush, peaches and cream style of wine that is medium-bodied and succulent on the palate with bright acidity, a buttery mouthfeel, and a crisp, dry finish. Not what you would call serious, but it is highly slurpable.
Maynard explains the Mandala best... “A physical metaphor for impermanence, is composed of tiny grains of varying color and shade gathered from far and wide. Our global terrain offers an infinite palate. Drawing from this palate and upon their Intuition, Focus, Patience and Dexterity, the Artists construct and present a single moment, never to be repeated. This wine is constructed with these principles in mind. With Time, Weather and Varietals influenced by contrasting terroir as our palate, we offer you this deliberate combination of places, never to be duplicated and to be enjoyed in this moment.”
A rich and generous wine with ripe peach, nectarine, apricot and tangerine flavors that are woven together on a full, lush body with mineral details and juicy acidity. Impressively long finish.
Pair this wine with oysters on the half shell and creamy cheeses.