General impressions: nice and light, crisp, tree fruit and citrus notes, a little green but not too much so. Quite good for the ~$11 price paid, and one I would buy again if looking for SB. Probably somewhere in the upper 80's, if scoring, but I really didn't get to pay much attention to this, so I'll refrain.
I feel guilty. Picked this up at the 30% off sale at Pavilions for $10.50 a bottle. I wouldn't be upset if I paid $20 for this quality. Popped and poured for Halloween and promptly hide it in the back of the refrigerator. Color is extremely light, even for a SB. Nose is dominated by pear and some ripe red apple. There's a whiff of grass and straw buried in there. Palate reflects the nose with the addition of a little cat piss and there's a good brace of acidity which lends itself to the crisp finish. Excellent value and wine.
Light yellow color. Little bit of bubbles that fade quickly, light lime nose. Grapefruit flavors. Chalkiness flavors. Medium to high acid. Lime jello flavors. A bit dry. Little bit of peach skin on the nose. Nice wine especially for the price.
Good freshness all around on this one. Ripe peach aromas on the nose. A lot of orange peel, citrus flavors, touch of vanilla, with a smooth and crisp finish. Nicely balanced overall, and good value SB. I like this one and would definitely buy again.
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