Nose has intense honeysuckle perfume, citrus floral notes, white pepper, dried lemon/lime pith and dry, ocean beach sand.
Palate has dehydrated grapefruit, under-ripe pear, orange peel, peach skin with a medium dry finish, nicely refreshing on a warm evening.
Our first time with the Pfefferer (Moscato Giallo) grape. Quite reminiscent of a great Gewürztraminer, from the New York Finger Lakes of course! — 18 hours ago
Ripe yellow fruit, crushed oyster shells, ocean water, white flowers, crisp acidity. — 13 days ago
We like it alot — a month ago
So salty! So salty it’s like taking a straw to the ocean. Green, nutty, a little bit of limoncello and orangina. Instant hit. — 4 days ago
Ocean Spray — 5 days ago
For a grape varietal not known for aging this bottle taught me once again what happens when you assume￼. On the nose a nice ocean breeze with a hint of apple . It was the palate that ￼had me talking to myself. A complex mixture of mint , salt and peach. The star of the show however is this wines acid spine which gave it wonderful cut and freshness. — 6 days ago