Two Shepherds

Fanucchi Vineyard Trousseau Gris

9.220 ratings
9.27 pro ratings
Russian River Valley, Sonoma County, California, USA
Trousseau
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Jerae Knutson

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9.5

Orange Chicken demands this wine. It's mid November and I cannot stop drinking lovely whites and rosés. God bless you @William Allen - Two Shepherds !

Orange Chicken demands this wine. It's mid November and I cannot stop drinking lovely whites and rosés. God bless you @William Allen - Two Shepherds !

Nov 19th, 2016
William Hughes

Five days on skin give this a beautiful pale salmon color. Quince, aniseed, rhubarb, peach pit, and wet gravel are a joy to smell. This wine accompanied chicken Provençal like they were meant for each other. The acidity is enough to make this wine friendly alone, but shines with a meal!

Five days on skin give this a beautiful pale salmon color. Quince, aniseed, rhubarb, peach pit, and wet gravel are a joy to smell. This wine accompanied chicken Provençal like they were meant for each other. The acidity is enough to make this wine friendly alone, but shines with a meal!

Oct 8th, 2016
Greg Ballington

Co-Founder of Millennial Drinkers Wine Blog

9.0

First orange wine we have ever tried and love what William does with this. Orangey pink with medium intensity. Nose started off a little dirty with some candied apples, burnt toast and some petrol. Definitely seems like it has some oak influences. On day two it added in some smoked and savory notes. Bright moderate acidity (7/10) that rounded out on day two with some citrus and tight raspberries. A little dirty too with some hay. Light and crisp body with a little minerality leading into the long finish. Very interesting wine with some beautiful layers. Drink till 2020.

First orange wine we have ever tried and love what William does with this. Orangey pink with medium intensity. Nose started off a little dirty with some candied apples, burnt toast and some petrol. Definitely seems like it has some oak influences. On day two it added in some smoked and savory notes. Bright moderate acidity (7/10) that rounded out on day two with some citrus and tight raspberries. A little dirty too with some hay. Light and crisp body with a little minerality leading into the long finish. Very interesting wine with some beautiful layers. Drink till 2020.

Sep 18th, 2016
Kristie Tacey

Slightly funky in a good way, quince, white peach, rhubarb, wet stone

Slightly funky in a good way, quince, white peach, rhubarb, wet stone

Jul 3rd, 2016
Joel Pennington #❤️🐢🍷

Owner/Winemaker Slow Turtle Vineyard

9.2

Beautiful color

Beautiful color

May 21st, 2016
Gina Shay

#tastecamp #vt

#tastecamp #vt

Jun 10th, 2016
Sean Christensen

Whoa! Crazy interesting!

Whoa! Crazy interesting!

Jan 14th, 2017
roland benedetti

Et ben c'est bien ça. Un peu trop lourd et fort tout seul, mais en mangeant, très très bien. Ce serait parfait pour grillades

Et ben c'est bien ça. Un peu trop lourd et fort tout seul, mais en mangeant, très très bien. Ce serait parfait pour grillades

Nov 14th, 2016
Jonathan McCarthy

Skin fermented gray varietal (12 days on the skins). Gorgeous. Aroma is low tide, the washed up sea stuff that's been baking in the sun for a few hours. Pickled green peach almond stone and melon rims on the palate. Fucking beautiful.

Skin fermented gray varietal (12 days on the skins). Gorgeous. Aroma is low tide, the washed up sea stuff that's been baking in the sun for a few hours. Pickled green peach almond stone and melon rims on the palate. Fucking beautiful.

Jan 30th, 2016
Adam Rbe

Funk-Eh. In a good way! Really cool and unique wine. Has the nose and grip of a red, with the lightness of a white. Great wine.

Funk-Eh. In a good way! Really cool and unique wine. Has the nose and grip of a red, with the lightness of a white. Great wine.

Jan 17th, 2016