A nice balance of oak with a touch of sweetness. Delicate nose with a whif of honeysuckle and fresh honeydew. Pallette is a quick experience of honey, grass and a touch of oak. Don't serve it too cold. It warms up well. It's an easy drinker--won't stand up well with too much food.
Nose of muted grapefruit and citrus rind which remained delicate but became more expressive as the wine warmed up a touch. On the palate the lively acidity was finely balanced with intermediate creaminess and weight. Flavours of apples, citrus and honey show through. This was a nice match with seared scallops and roast pork loin with apples and pears. A good value to boot.
Not my style. Sharp and acidic. Perhaps better with different food. Touches of honey and flavor, but not enough.
After 4 tries I discovered that this wine went beautifully with a grilled cheese sandwich. Crisp and some pleasant richness. It failed miserably with a cod dish with cabbage cooked in Champagne and heavy cream in phyllo. It was marginally better with a shrimp and broccoli stir fy. And it was just pleasant with sauteed sole and tartar sauce.