The 7 years since the last bottle have really served this wine well. Straw colored. Nose has complex array of white and stone fruits, oily lemon and slate. Yes, this is rich on the palate but no longer 'thick', not so sweet, and no hint of excess etoh. The acid mineral is in great balance with the complex lengthy fruit. Bright and clear. Played extremely well with the charcuterie plate at Table 6.
The wine looks yellow gold colored. The legs are medium. There is no sediment in the bottle. It smells like fresh minerals and pineapple. It has a very sweet taste and also a bit oily and floral taste. The body is full. The wine has smooth texture. The wine finishes long. The wine has low acidity.
Beautiful deep gold; peach, yellow plum, mineral undertones. Slightly short in the middle but a long, balanced finish. Time to drink up. I do not think this is getting better. On the sweet side but not sweet enough for desert. Beautiful wine but when do you drink this. As an aperitif?
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