Beth Heiserman, Reyes Winery
Due to the hoarding of a few people in town, certain types of staples are non-existent. While I am looking in my pantry to figure out what I am going to make, I’ve decided to make eggs Benedict. I am making English muffins which I haven’t made in a while from scratch. When you have a bread machine, there are endless possibilities to create. I don’t have ham, but I do have lox. So, tonight’s dinner will be a yummy twist to the classic. Since, we have just released our 2017 Viognier, this is a perfect match. On the side, again since potatoes seemed to be extinct, I am making a sweet potato hash and a spinach salad with heirloom tomatoes with a citrus vinaigrette.
This wine exhibits aromas of ripe peaches, which blend with pineapple and soft whispers of honeysuckle. On the palate you get silky peach, nectarine, vanilla and tangerine combining to create a delightful crisp lingering finish. Enjoy chilled with a kale citrus salad, tangerine glazed ham or a nectarine goat cheese crostini.
In response to state and federal government recommendations regarding reducing the spread of coronavirus, several events have begun to be postponed across the Santa Clarita Valley. Because we share your concerns about safeguarding the health and wellness of our community, we have decided to postpone our annual Bottling Event.
The health and safety of our staff and guests is our top priority. For now, the Reyes Winery Tasting Room will be open on weekends from 11 am – 5 pm for pick up only. We will not be offering tastings temporarily. As soon as we can reopen full time, we will announce our next set of events. I hope everyone understands that in this time of need, this is the best option.
On behalf of Reyes Winery, I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.