I am, quite frankly, in love with the St. Supery Vineyard in the Napa Valley. I have served their wines at Piatto and Houstons and had a chance to visit the winery in '07. It is amazing. The focus on wine as art in combination with the production of a superior and distinct product is one match that is made in Heaven.
If you visit the winery you'll notice it feels like an art gallery with large paintings along the walls. The mood of the tasting is more like that of an art showing than the measured feel you get at some wine houses.
The quote above is from the back of the bottle of Virtu. Virtu is the white meritage sister wine to the equally spectacular red blend, Elu. Virtu is Semillon(48) and Sauvignon Blanc(52). If you allow it to sit "table-top", rather than keeping it chilled, you will notice a tremendous range of flavors from nectarine to peach to cantaloupe mixed with the subtlest minerals. The complexity as the coolness wears off and the flavors come forth to mingle is amazing for a white wine. It is has a wonderfully full "mouthfeel" without being the least bit heavy and the finish is as clean as the lightest Pinot Grigio. I had the pleasure of finding the Virtu on the wine list at Shade on 19th in the Heights. At $48 it is an excellent restaurant buy.
Our server told us that we were among the first to try it as they had just added it to the list. I'll let you know when they run out.