This white wine smells peculiar, and I mean that in the best possible way. The nose gives off Meyer lemon with some nuttiness and a side of lanolin. It’s peculiar because I find it uncommon, not because it tastes bad. Quite the opposite. The mouthfeel is full, even though the acidity snaps. Citrus and minerals cover the palate, and it is the citrus that lingers longest in the ample finish. I want to have it with bacon and eggs.
— 4 months ago
Dried apricot, golden raisin, bright acidity, grippy — 5 years ago