What a pleasant surprise! I pulled the bottle for cooking purposes since it was cheap and I had low expectations for it. Lemon zest, honey, and citrus on the nose. On the palate it was definitely more viscous than what I was expecting...thinking it would be similar to Sauv Blanc. It's closer to Rousanne. I enjoyed this very much, and especially enjoyed it with the pan fried chicken with a white wine sauce. I will definitely buy again if I see it.
subtle floral notes mingle with overtones of green apple, candied lime zest, pink grapefruit, vitamin c, and mineral nuances... SIMPLE, CLEAN, AND REFRESHING with a brisk acidity that drives the long, mouthwatering finish... a touch of RS keeps it from being to tart and acidic... a very versatile wine... PERFECT FOR A WARM DAY, vegetarian food, seafood and shellfish... even worked well with mild Indian food... a great option for those that enjoy Sauv. Blanc... A SUPER VALUE!!!! LOVE IT!!! Often sold for under $10.
Slight mineral and green leaf note mixed with bright lemon citrus, and high acidity--like a heady sauvignon blanc/white Bordeaux; slight candy aspect in the mouth and a medium light body. This is a great aperitif wine and a great value.
Really simple and straight forward white. Given the price at $8.20 local, I would buy it again for a nice inexpensive patio wine or to take to a summer party.
Good acid on the finish that balances the fruit nicely, definitely fruit forward to the point that it seems sweet (although it isn't) 10.5% alcohol is a major plus for those summer gatherings where light is right.