Piedmont (Waterford): showing light almondine notes with some definite extract on the palate. tangy spicy element. with refreshing mouthwatering acidity. wants to pepper, but petrol shows. interesting wine. try me again.
Sweet floral nose, with golden fruit and melons; crisp, but with great balance; lemons, limes, pineapple and melons, with a hint of butterscotch; long, long, zesty finish, fading to green apples at the very end. Great with food - the acidity was a great counterweight to yellowfin tuna with garlic and ginger, and then salmon on the next evening.
Wife had while i was outta town. Said it was a letdown. Less earthiness, more metallic and tart than previous bottles. Picky girl - especially considering I buy it all. Oh, and she said it was better solo, than paired with dinner.
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(BROGLIA GAVI) #8; VaynerPAZZZ on QPR; COLOR-light golden; NOSE-little lemon zest, dried peaches & apricots; TASTE-little wet rock aspect, very clean, really nice Cantaloupe flavors, little lemon peel; overall a little flabby & short for me, medium body. I'd like it a little more full & intense; GV-87
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