Light salmon in color with a golden hue.
Sweet nose of honeydew, peaches, honey, light earth, ripen citrus fruits, dried apricots, tangerines and light raspberries.
Medium bodied with medium plus acidity.
Off dry on the palate with strawberries, apples, pears, peaches, tangerines, spices and rose pedals.
Tangy finish with limes.
This is a very tasty and easy drinking semi sweet wine from Paso Robles. A nice surprise, as I didn't expect much from it.
Nicely balanced with enough acidity to balance the sugars. Very enjoyable and aromatic.
This 27 year old is drinking very nicely now and will be still good in the next few years.
Needs a few hours to open up properly and show the complexity, so be patient.
At this point it has too much going on to pair with food, like spicy Thai food, and might interfere. Not sweet enough to pair with cakes, and better by itself as a sipping wine.
10.4% alcohol by volume.
$20 (current vintage). — a month ago
This is outrageous. Everyone should drink this. — 14 days ago
Natural wine — 22 days ago
Botrytisized beerenauslese one year on the lees in a cement egg. Wow! Like a dry sauternes. — 2 days ago
Was CVed Feb 2020 with one fifth gone and it’s still perfectly fine! Actually really interesting mix of mature tropical fruits and stones and acids that went well with the foods before Mabel’s fish taco dinner. — 9 days ago
Nose - funk and lemon. Mouthfeel - Bright and tangy. Main tasting notes - lemon and melon with a green tea astinrgency. Very refreshing and fun to drink. — 21 days ago