- fruity notes
Cucamonga, in Shoshone, means 'sandy place.' Sure, that's where the grapes are grown (prosaic, near the Ontario Airport), but it is also a word with rhythm--it makes you want to dance. Sandy places are beaches and deserts, and Hofer is liquid. It's a beach party, a splash in a Palm Springs pool. It exists full sun, transparent and ruby. It looks great catching light in a glass: Pour yourself A Bigger Splash. This grenache is serious in its lightness, so easy to drink, fruit that owns its sweetness. It is youthful, as in it makes you feel that way. Maybe it isn't for everyone, only the sexy people.