Light lemon-lime aromas open things up, alongside a light mineral note. The palate is clean and racy, with enough body to hold up to core flavors of lime, kiwi and green apple. A floral freshness carries the finish.
Sweet, open and floral, like a Malvasia or Moscatel. For a clear, easy quaffer this is nice. It tastes like lime and lychee, and also a little bit like applesauce. Nothing special in terms of finish or intensity, but for a light, tropical white wine it gets it done.
Tropical on the nose, with lychee fruit and tangerine aromas. The palate is easygoing and fairly thorough, while the flavor profile suggest Argentine Torrontés as it deals lychee, powdered sugar and papaya. Clean, light, quaffable and that’s about it.
Grassy, sweet, medicinal aromas lead to a generic, candied flavor profile that rides a bit awkwardly on a creamy palate. Sweet to the point of tasting sugary on the finish, with a lightly gummy residue. Better if you like very sweet red wines. 50% Tempranillo, 40% Garnacha and 10% Syrah.