Honey and apricot aromas appeal but some mushroom undertones hint that this otherwise impressive wine may not have much of a future. Lush and dense in the mouth, there is just enough acidity to bring out peaches and marmalade on the finish. Drink up.
Snappy citrus and a crushed stone minerality complement the light, lean structure of the wine. Definitely designed for easy drinking, this would be a deft pairing with fried seafood, having no problem lifting oily textures off your palate.