My first foray into Mexican wine - it was more sauv like than I expected Ted, round mouth feel, simple finish, soft fruit — 10 days ago
How a couple of these bottles landed in my cellar is a story best saved for another day. Needless to say, this is sixteen year old Sauv Blanc from Baja California by a renowned producer in the region.
The wine has a medium to deep yellow tone with floral and mature pineapple scents. The pallet is two dimensional: starts round with white tea flavors then turns to waxy buttery and vanilla flavors.
Light, low alcohol; the finish is slightly acidic and citrus but substancial.
Turned into an interesting wine where I wasn’t expecting much to be honest. My brain is baffled as parts of the wine taste a lot like a young heavily oaked Cali Chard. Must pair the remaining bottle; thinking a creamy and slightly spicy chile poblano soup. Hopefully that’ll clear up my baffling… — 2 months ago
Dusty nose. Spice, ripe plum, velvety finish. — a month ago
Mejor que la pareja que mando @winemexico — 15 days ago
Good mexican wine — 4 days ago
Strawberry front and center ripe red fruit juicy garnacha — 2 months ago