Folio handles about a dozen different labels. I ended up getting a three-pack of Hangtime wines. This week, we are cracking open the Chardonnay with grapes from the Edna Valley, just inland from San Luis Obispo, that are allowed to hang for a long time ripining on the vine (Hangtime...get it?) The number on the label corresponds to how long the grapes have been left to ripened. On this bottle, it was 134 days.
This has a nose of lime and pear, with hints of pear and apricots in the taste. A slightly buttery smoothness lessens the tartness in the throat. Very good for a warm day of birdwatching on the patio. A quick check online shows prices in the $18-20 range, which corresponds well with the $17 dollar price we paid at the winery.