Bright and deep beautiful orange color, a little sticky, tear drops.
First note like apricot, orange, dried pineapple, almond, nuts, chocolate, second scent of onion, sesame oil, garlic, Katsuo-bushi, and third aroma of vinegar, pickles, plum, rum, barrels, and raisins.
Mild comfortable sweet attack, matured smooth acid, soft and rich UMAMI, with nuance of dried fruit and nuts.
Hint of bitterness conduct the taste, very good balance and long finish.
I enjoyed it for my birthday. — 5 days ago
Big honey and magnolia. — 24 days ago
This wine is so golden yellow, it’s incandescent. The nose really jumps, too, with the floral and citrus aromas expected in Albariño plus whiffs of fennel, white pepper and herbs. The palate shows lemon, tangerine and oak spice, something which is not normally found in this grape. This was fermented and aged briefly in French oak barrels, not steel tanks. Acidity is a tad flat, but it doesn’t ruin the fun of sipping it.
— 7 days ago
Better than Rombauer Chard and a third the price who cares if it isn’t real wine. I call this Jack Bauer Chardonnay. It’s what the 32yo woman drinks *before* her divorce is finalized. — 8 days ago
Sweet and tasty. Bourbonny to start but no aftertaste. Really nice — a month ago