Shows odd aromas of anise, rhubarb, pickle barrel and wheat flour on the nose, but what you get in the mouth is more enjoyable, and more straightforward. Chewy tannins are set against blackberry, oak and tea flavors, picking up a little wheat toast on the finish.
This isn’t a wine to age or mull over, but I like it very much. It has aromas of white stone fruit and fresh grass, and tastes like yellow peach, mango and other tropical fruit. It’s upbeat, summery and pleasing. Imported by Oenophilia Imports.
Chenin from Australia, isn’t something we see often in these parts. This version is round and soft in the mouth, with medium body and loads of peach flavors and aromas. The fruit is a little sweet, but it’s an easy, enjoyable choice.
A pleasant wine, and one in which pineapple is the principal note. The nose also shows citrus and white pepper, and the palate, a slick, soft creamsicle flavor and feel. Straightforward, and a good bet for wine novices.