This Dave Phinney creation from New Zealand shows a light gold color
in the glass and a grassy nose with peach aromas, but not full-blown Kiwi herbal. The palate also offers peaches, apples and herbs. The nice acidity doesn't exactly zip, but gets the job done. There's an herbal finish. The wine should go great with salmon and salads. — 8 days ago
My first from a half case of couples. A south African, ozzies and Sicilian ones.
Very cheap... Especially compared to same level local ones (about 60 nis a bottle)
Pale straw greenish 👁️
Sugar sweetness, tropical fruits like guava, some grass and citrus Peel 👃
Medium high acidity.
Mostly citrus with hints of tropics and some bitterness 👄
Medium body and medium pleasent 🎯
Not too bad , non complex and good vfm.
13 % abv
Paired OK with spicy Mediterranean brunch. — 12 days ago
95% Sauvignon Blanc & 5% Semillon
Nose of freshly washed sweet, green grapes, lemon grass and green melon.
Palate is crisp, citrus biased, lightly tart not sweet, lime squeezed on granite, medium finish.
$13 price of enjoyment, even zombies 🧟♂️ without brains 🧠 would think this is a deal, because it is! Pleasure delivered.
Our first 2018 vintage experience, exciting stuff. 👍 — 3 days ago
This German Pinot Blanc - Weissburgunder - shows yellow-gold in the glass. The nose is laden with minerals, like a driveway freshly rained upon. There are pears and peaches, but they fight to get through the wet rocks. The palate also puts minerality first, with pear juice coming through. The acidity is not very strong, but is zippy enough to carry a salad or shrimp cocktail. — 10 days ago