Pale gold in color, the wine’s nose smells of sweet flowers - honeysuckle - with pears, apricots, peaches following. The palate is sweet as well, a full mouthfeel, flavors of the aforementioned fruit with a mineral undercurrent. It has a very nice acidity, especially when the sweetness is taken into account.
It’s not a wine that’s going to knock anyone off their feet, but it should prove a very pleasant companion out by the pool. It should even match up nicely with a salad or a shrimp cocktail.
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