Community Tasting Notes (3) Median Score: 88 points

  • Barmes-Buecher in Princeton (The Princeton Corkscrew Wine Shop, Palmer Square): Nice fruit on the nose with strong lemon and a surprising hint of overripe melon. Sweetness is supported by acidity. Interesting flavorless glycerine finish. Balanced and pleasant.$16.5. Tasted at the Corkscrew.

    -- Full:
    There is considerable fruit on the nose - green grapes (a wine that smells like grapes? incroyable!) with strong lemon and a hint of a diametrically opposite smell - perhaps overripe canteloupe. Sweet with balancing acidity, the body was unremarkable on the midpalate. In the finish, where tannins would take hold in a red wine, the flavor suddenly vanishes, leaving a tasteless but faintly sweet and viscous feeling, slightly warmed by alcohol. I know glycerol is viscous, and I've read that it imparts a slight sweetness to wine, so I'm going to guess that this finish is mostly glycerol.

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  • still, med intensity lemon with golden highlighs, color consistant nose: curiously spicy, citrus, white blossoms p- no evid oak remains to be seen on palate palate: dry, acidity high, tannin zero, body med, alc med length med plus flav int is med, flav is mineral ,melon,

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  • Pale gold color. Nose of citrus fruit and minerals. Medium intensity. Rich tastes of grapefruit, lime, and pears balanced by minerality. Long pleasing aftertaste. Great with food. A well made wine.

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