Our first taste. No flaws. Golden Yellow color. No significant rim variation. No sediment. Burgundian nose and aromas. Very European. No tannin. Low acid. Medium alcohol and finish. Paired perfectly with Tom Yum-Style Shrimp and Noodles. Ready to drink. Still easily within its drinking window.
Just a really nice qpr Cali chard. Try this if you come across it. You won't regret it. Served with chicken teriyaki kabobs grilled over alder, and baby leeks caramelized in olive oil, then finished with chicken broth and teriyaki sauce.
Consistent with prior bottles. Still sings, especially for the price, but a surpringly mediocre to poor match for Fuchsia Dunlop's crispy sweet and sour fish recipe. Got a bit rough around the edges with the meal. Neither the wine nor the meal enhanced the other.
Lemon on the nose. Apples and pears on the palate. And a dollop of acidity to go along with all that fruit. Not oaky at all. Very nice stuff. I wouldn't mind if the big wine from this producer had this style.
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