Meskeoli was a nickname given to winemaker Kelly Bostock by a student in her former life as a teacher, but these days it’s the name of perhaps the wildest, most unlikely white blend ever to come out of Arizona. Mostly Viognier, Roussanne, and Riesling, with bits of Picpoul Blanc, Malvasia, Albariño, and just a touch of Muscat, this blend somehow pulls together its various components into a fantastically cohesive whole.

Country United States
Appellation Sonoita
Color White
Variety 25% Viognier, 21% Roussanne, 19% Riesling, 17% Picpoul Blanc, 11% Malvasia, 6% Albariño, 1% Muscat
4300-4800 Feet
Soil Type
vine age
5 - 11 years
Continental, Semi-Arid