The name of the wine, coupled with the color, pretty much tells you everything you need to know. This is for the cool-kids and not meant to be a wine of too much thought but rather too many friends with whom this should be shared. Dave & Koen had the vision of a blank white canvas and having a lot of fun with heaps of colors. There have been many iterations of this wine, and in 2021 there were two releases. This release is primarily Lagrein-based, with a touch of Pinot Blanc and Savignin for dramatic effect. The result is like a cross between Beaujolais and Mourvèdre from the Languedoc.
The grapes were handpicked with “high flavor x bright acid” as the common equation. In the cellar, they were all de-stemmed and fermented in stainless-steel with five days on skins. The wine was then pressed to seasoned French hogsheads for eight months, after which it went to stainless-steel tanks for another four months. It was bottled without fining or filtration and just a small addition of sulfur.