Popped and poured. This is a medium yellow wine. On the nose, I get cat pee, minerals, and some oaky vanilla. In the mouth, this is zippy with some wood-influenced white fruit, leaving a finish of lemon peel. Overall, I found this a bit tiring by the end of the bottle -- there is no magic with this wine. The QPR on this wine is not good -- I love the Realm reds, but have a hard time rationalizing the cost of the white. 90 points.
Popped and poured. This is a light yellow wine with a nose of grass and cat piss. The mouth has nice stony and herbal notes, leaving a lingering impression of lemon-flavored sweet tea. Overall, this is extremely refreshing and reminds me of lazy summer afternoons by the beach. Nevertheless, it is slightly overpriced for that experience. 91 points.
Popped and poured. Color is a pale white. On the nose, there is grapefruit and lime. The mouth is fresh and fruity, with a lingering acid finish. Overall, this is refreshing and similar to some Bordeaux blancs, although it is rather simple given the price. I would rather have a blanc blend from Graves for the money. 90 points.
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