Moderate yellow-gold in color, 13.9% ABV. This wine was popped and poured (or unscrewed and poured) and enjoyed with sushi. on those, there're notes of slightly oxidized pears, with a lemon/lime nuance, and a hint of chalky minerality. On the palate, the wine is not as tight and acidic as I would prefer for a Vermentino; it has flavors that echo from the palate, of tart green apples, pears, and lemon. There is a slight flabbiness that comes across in the medium-length finish, making the wine just slightly flabby for what it could and should be. It pairs nicely with seafood/sushi today, but I believe it should be drunk sooner rather than later, as it will not improve from this point, and has likely already reached its prime.
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