This wine is a very pretty blend of sweet and tart. Apples waft up from the glass on the nose. Soft pears and honey swim in a silky palate. Just a touch of Meyer lemon provides a citrus zing of balance against the sweetness on the finish. Drink with pork
The nose explodes with floral and stone fruit perfume. Gardenias first, followed by white peached. Rich layers of flavor roll across the palate, leading with sweet white peach and a touch of key lime, then white flowers and sweet lemon cream, finishing with lime and honey, all with an underlying
The nose is very pretty, magnolia flowers and baked apples with a sprinkle of cardamom. Apples and just-fresh white peaches lead on the palate, barely sprinkled with cardamom and freshly grated nutmeg. Light acidity comes in the flavor of sweet Meyer lemon. Off-dry and creamy, this would contrast beautifully with
Nose offers sweetness of honey and quince backed by citrus/stone fruit. On the palate it is medium dry to medium, with 110 g/l rs that are well balanced by pronounced and lively acidity (9g) tartaric. This is an almost fleshy, medium bodied wine that delivers a long finish. Very young.
Human beings, as a whole, love sweet. Studies have shown that newborn babies, when given a choice, prefer sugar water over milk. We begin life with a sweet tooth, even while that bud is still locked inside the confines of-read more-
This opens with apples and pears dipped in honey, a lovely lemon background with great acidity, and a mouth-coating feel and lingering finish. Residual sugar is apparent, but not overwhelming. It is food-friendly enough to drink with almost anything other-read more-
The best spatlese I have ever had, dwarfing even the J.J. Prum from the same vintage. A buzz saw of gorge water and river rocks only amplifies the unfolding layers of fruit and spice. Caramel apple and lemon curd melt-read more-