2021 Cuvée Blanc – Napa Valley
As the first Worthy Grand Master of Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Stephen Alonzo Jackson described his vision for a revised ritual in his famous “Apples of Gold” speech at the Grand Conclave in Richmond, Virginia in 1878. The “halo” Jackson described was a beautifully expanded and symbolic Ritual which he introduced in 1880 at the Grand Conclave in Abingdon, Virginia. Drawing on his knowledge of Masonic ritual forms and ceremonies, he incorporated the history shared through the experiences of Brother Arnold and the European teachings of Brother Hollingsworth to build a unique ceremony that binds all members of Kappa Sigma Fraternity. One that requires a belief in certain values including that man is responsible to a higher authority.
We introduce you to our elegant Halo Cuvée Blanc. This is an alluring and complex white wine blend, with a sensuous offering of tropical fruits, white flowers and subtle spice. The nose is like a bouquet of flowers and jumps from the glass with ripe lemon, white peach and orange blossom followed by notes of toast and white pepper. On the tongue, lemon bursts forward with pineapple and other tropical fruit, with undertones of vanilla. The finish is bright and zingy and mellows with vanilla and subtle spices in its length.