2014 Incantation  

Incantation 2014 is an off-dry Rhône-style white wine blend that may be served slightly chilled or even over ice. This light-bodied wine is intended for popular enjoyment during informal seasonal gatherings or casual sipping with everyday meals. 


Grapes grown in Los Alamos area were hand harvested in late August to early September. “Living Legend” Louis Lucas, vineyard owner and manager, planted some of the first commercial wine grapes in Santa Maria Valley, Edna Valley and Paso Robles and continues to produce superb grapes.

The distinctly flavored Orange Muscat (among the many muscats grown worldwide, but one that is popular in California and Australia) was blended with Viognier and Malvasia Bianca, two grapes made famous in the Rhône region of France. Orange Muscat frames the blend with citrus components; the Viognier contributes floral notes; and the Malvasia Bianca adds mouthfeel and minerality.

Vintage: 2014


Winemaker: George Troquato

Appellation: California

Harvest Date(s):
late August to mid September 2014

Cases Produced: 140

Release Date:
June 2014

Varietal Content:
45% Viognier, 30% Orange Muscat, 25% Malvasia Bianca

pH: 3.20

Total Acidity:
6.02gper L

Finished Alcohol: 14.1