(synthetic cork, merde!), served non-blind. Maybe the best showing yet, and more NZ than Sancerre. Nonetheless, the steely, chiseled, minerality played well against the dry, yet somewhat plump fruit. Sure, it's from the valley floor, but obviously it was picked at the right time. 13,5% abv, great with breaded chicken breasts with garlic, parm, capers, and, of course, hot sauce. Drink now.
from 375ml, off the list at Fiamma. Light toward medium straw. Aromas of lemon-lime sherbet, cantaloupe, honeydew melon and riverbed. Modernly styled and good with or without food. Just enough lift and purity of fruit to get me to drink this again. A good value and my wife loves it, so there you go. 13,5% abv, drink thru 2014
- Light gold color with fast forming legs and aromas of melon and honey. It's somewhat balanced and has flavours of melon and lemon with a light body. Bright texture with a medium finish - Metallic finish.
Very pale white with a great nose. Nose reminds me of abraxis. Some tingle up front with hints of honey and stonefruit. The alcohol comes out a little on the finish. The tinglee hangs around a long time.
Always enjoy this very refreshing wine with lots of flavor The wine looks Colorless colored. The legs are Fast. It smells like Grapefruit, and Lemon. The body is Light. The wine has Bright texture. The wine finishes Medium.
Bright and clean on the nose. Very typical SB flavors. Grass, melon etc. A decent amount of effervescence on the palate which I'm sure was not intentional but I actually don't mind it. Makes it feel light and different.
Bright with with lots of papaya, mango, lemongrass, lime, and a hint of minerals on the nose, this is forward, medium bodied and bright on the palate as well, with orange peel, lime and green melon flavors, Medium bodied with medium acid; this would be more vibrant with a touch more acidity and a touch less tropical fruit, but its a solid effort (as always), nonetheless.