Had this with lunch at Salt on Pearl street in Boulder. The has a grassyness that is unexpected with the rich straw color. There is a lot of sweetness as expected for the age of a sauvignon blanc, but the acidity is strong enough still to balance it. Highly unexpected, interesting, and delicious with the pub fare we had for lunch.
Agree with some of the notes below. This is an unusual wine. Cat pee and cut grass on the nose, lots of acidity. Wife and I didn't like it at first. But something about it made me want more. Tried a few hours later with some mustard sausage hot dogs and it paired very well. With the right food, this can be great. Saving the second half for tomorrow.
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(Scholium Project The Prince In His Caves Farina) Light honey yellow color; a little reduction, pungent, grapefruit, sour cream and lime nose; concentrated, oily textured, tart grapefruit, green fruit, lemon, lemon rind and mineral palate; medium finish (hard to imagine what one would pair with it though, food wise, as it's so big)
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