Chris Brockway's urban winery (located in Berkeley, CA) is the epitome of low-tech, high-intelligence winemaking, and his entry level white wine, the "Love White", is simply one of the best low-intervention wines made anywhere on the planet. The 2022 features a foot-trodden, basket-pressed blend of Picpoul, Clairette, Orange Muscat, Marsanne, Roussanne and a dash of Chardonnay. It's unsulfured during fermentation, not subjected to rough clarification processes and presents itself as a fresh, energetic, bracing dry white, flashing alternate shades of savor, deep fruit qualities, spice and a hint of salinity. It'd be easy to put this in the "natural wine" column, but it's far more than that. There's something of this that harkens back to an era in which winemaking was done much more by feel and intuition and respect for tradition than reliance on equipment, formal training and the whims of the market. All we can say is that we wish more American producers worked this way...but in the meantime, we're glad we have Broc Cellars! Organic.