Nose has dried lemon rind, beeswax, dehydrated pineapple and warmed honeycomb.
Palate has candied lemon, dried strawberry, fresh lemon peel with mild wood influence. Medium acidity, medium finish, a touch of light sweetness.
Really improving with air, might be the best Stone Hill white we've enjoyed!
This bottle is approaching its peak of enjoyment, at five years old and two years past current vintage, should hold acceptably for 2-4 years further in proper storage. A pleasant wine, solid values are easily found in Missouri wine country. — 5 months ago
It's a very good Missouri vignoles. Sweet and pleasant — a year ago
Smooth, crisp and perfect for the summer. — 3 months ago
Wow. Texture, brightness stone fruit.... Pairs well with food, especially sezchuan! — a year ago
I tend toward dry wines but I am so pleased I branched out and got a bottle of this in KCMO. It is a delicious drinkable tropical fruit salad. A semi sweet with the palest yellow green hue, the sweet- tart combination of dried pineapple, mango, and honey really sings. Excellent summer sipping wine. — a year ago
Baked pears, cinnamon, a doughy, yeasty note, and a funky cheesy wet rock mineral quality. Fair amount of RS but acidity keeps it in check from being cloying. Reminds me of an apple pastry but with more acidity. Wild. — 3 months ago
2017. Yeah. Good chilled. — a year ago