2017 Charles Smith Kung Fu Girl Riesling

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$11.99

3 in stock

Winemaker Notes

In-your-face flavor. You can’t escape the aromas of apricot, white peach, honeysuckle, and wisteria that fill your senses. Fresh minerality and laser focus take the palate to exhilarating heights that only the Girl can do. That’s Kung Fu.

Food Pairings – Spicy ramen, Sriracha pork tacos, or Chinese takeout.

About Charles Smith

It takes an unconventional winemaker to make a totally unexpected dry Riesling. One night, Charles was eating Chinese takeout and watching a fight scene in a notorious martial arts film when he had an idea: a killer white wine made to be paired with Asian food. Just like that, Kung Fu Girl was born. And it’s been kicking ass and taking names ever since.

2017 Charles Smith Kung Fu Girl Riesling

$11.99

3 in stock

Country

Size

Vintage

Categories: , ,

Winemaker Notes

In-your-face flavor. You can’t escape the aromas of apricot, white peach, honeysuckle, and wisteria that fill your senses. Fresh minerality and laser focus take the palate to exhilarating heights that only the Girl can do. That’s Kung Fu.

Food Pairings – Spicy ramen, Sriracha pork tacos, or Chinese takeout.

About Charles Smith

It takes an unconventional winemaker to make a totally unexpected dry Riesling. One night, Charles was eating Chinese takeout and watching a fight scene in a notorious martial arts film when he had an idea: a killer white wine made to be paired with Asian food. Just like that, Kung Fu Girl was born. And it’s been kicking ass and taking names ever since.

Winemaker Notes

In-your-face flavor. You can’t escape the aromas of apricot, white peach, honeysuckle, and wisteria that fill your senses. Fresh minerality and laser focus take the palate to exhilarating heights that only the Girl can do. That’s Kung Fu.

Food Pairings – Spicy ramen, Sriracha pork tacos, or Chinese takeout.

About Charles Smith

It takes an unconventional winemaker to make a totally unexpected dry Riesling. One night, Charles was eating Chinese takeout and watching a fight scene in a notorious martial arts film when he had an idea: a killer white wine made to be paired with Asian food. Just like that, Kung Fu Girl was born. And it’s been kicking ass and taking names ever since.