Judgment of Singapore: Part 2 - Riesling and Cabernet (Ubin Seafood, Sin Ming Indistrial Estate): This was a tremendous surprise. It was a quite brilliant wine that had most of us convinced that it came from Alsace rather than Napa. There was a lovely nose, with little droplets of petroleum over some subtle stone fruit accents - think fleshy white peach and nectarine aromas - and then some subtle earthy nuances. A very complex, beguiling bouquet. The palate was really nice as well. Ripe, fleshy, weighty, yet wonderfully balanced, with delicious notes of custard apple, green pear and melon, along with drizzles of honey on the midpalate and a beautiful, chalky, spicy linger in the finish. It was long, juicy and superbly-integrated - a fitting end to a very complex, complete wine. This is at a perfect place for drinking now. It was rated #3 out of 6 Rieslings by the goup.
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