For me this was not an appealing wine. The flavors tasted artifical and the finish had a distinct saccharin tang. Neither the wife nor the nephew finished their glass which indicates to me that I might have scored it too high.
Really strong finish. A very nice chard. Paired it with a killer fish dinner of scallops newburg and a chilean sea bass with a kickin' mustard sauce. The wine performed beautifully as the anchor to this seafaring dinner. Peaches? Sure. But drink it after a bite of something oceanic and you'll be happy.
This was would be a very good summer wine. It was crisp, light and refreshing with a mild fruitiness. Great lingering finish. Required some decanting then the aroma opened up and you could smell and taste a bit of peach.
This wine has a Very light fruity smell. First sip is Oranges, a little heat, something smooth and silky the buttery maybe? And berries? as it settles. This is a very delicious and easy drinking wine. Its not sweet but very light and crisp I wanna say kind of like sweettarts.
Food is here, I am having Szechuan Chicken w/sticky white rice and Crab Rangoons. The flavor is still pretty much the same (very good) but it has somehow gotten even smoother. Maybe all of the oils in my mouth from the Chinese. The flavors play very well together.
I am done eating now and with the (I still wanna say oils) in my mouth I can now taste pears and a little orange. Very Nice