Tuesday, October 30, 2012 - This delivers notes of canned nectarine, apricot, lychee, creme brulee, baked apple, a touch of Riesling petrol, and also possibly musk, and at one point I also got a note of cognac. It has an oily mouthfeel, and is sweet like a Riesling but not thick or full in the mouth like a Sauternes. As one taster noted below, it's difficult to get a handle on a non-dessert wine that shows this degree of sweetness.
Interesting wine, but I don't totally dig this.
With Abbie, 3rd night of Hurricane Sandy.