Lovely pale white gold; wonderfully fresh at seven years old, floral, slightly honeyed, citrus, subtle but distinctive; good weight (15%!) and intensity, smooth and velvety but not heavy, with a lovely light touch rather, elegant bitters, subtle minerality, good length.
Pale golden yellow, understated color. Produces very nice aroma of minerality and limestone, with a hint of lemon peel. Slightly viscous in mouth, nice structure with medium-low fruit and medium acidity. Wet stone and a touch of lemon. Nice wine with good acidity and finish. Not as heavy as a chardonnay, but more heft than a pinot grigio.
Light weight but a nice change from ordinary varieties. Not profound, but has some spicy character and would pair well with just about anything that calls for white wine. Liked it better in a restaurant (by the glass offering at Mas, NYC); at home it was OK but not exceptional.
It produces a funky wine. Highly floral and honied on the nose has a sherried/oxidative appearance. There is a nuttiness to it aswell. On the palate a star Creamy and oily texture tocu of banana and crunchy pear. Vivacious acidity carries the body giving mineraility and a touch of spice, thus creating a long length. Only nag is the oaky tannins coating the teeth.
Very light color, medium nose with lots of mineral and spice notes. Melon(?) perhaps unripe. Nice round mouthfeel with good acidity and slight pleasant bitterness that gives it a medium long mineral finish. Not sure how to compare or rate it since this is one of my first white grenache blends. Very nice on the palate and a firm finish. Interesting.