Practice Tasting for WSET Diploma Unit 5 exam (Clerkenwell): Appearance: The wine is Clear with a Pale lemon colour. Nose: The nose is Clean and Developing, showing Medium intensity primary aromas of lemon, peach, green apple, and secondary aromas of biscuit, bread, brioche, cream. Palate: The wine is Dry in the mouth with a Medium level of acidity. It has a Medium Level of alcohol (12.00%). It has Medium body and Medium(+) intensity primary flavours of lemon, peach, green apple, and secondary flavours of biscuit, bread, brioche, cream. The finish is Medium(+). It has a creamy mousse, quite delicate. Some signs of development and autolysis. Overall: Good length and complexity provided by primary and secondary characteristics.Creamy textutre and quite delicate. Good all round balance Conclusion: It is a Very Good quality wine. Can Drink Now but has Potential for Ageing ; High priced (£14.99)
fresh nose, some saline notes, lemony, lemon rind, Very fine bubbles, nutty, hazlenuts, touch of vanilla Lots of citrus fruit and some bitter lemon notes, nice richness here Much richer and rounder than a normal Cava Not much length and a little sweetness stops it being a proper Champagne rival Still it's good and good value at £15
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