This is our driest white wine, it’s oak aged in oak barrels for over a year. It will have an oaky tartness, an oaky tang. This is our only aged wine, the reason being is the lack of residual sugar, a sweeter wine will not age properly. A dry wine is categorized that way because it is less than one percent residual sugar which means added sugar. The Notch could be compared to a lightly oaked Chardonnay. This being a white wine it would be paired nicely with poultry or fish, but because of the dry, oaky flavor, we’d love this with a juicy, medium rare ribeye!