This little Moscato is floral, tight and loaded with honey aromas. The palate is fairly smooth, with melon and dried mango flavors. An easy wine, one that’s slick on the finish and sweet. A touch candied and syrupy, but a good deal.
Dark, but with an aromatic hint of shoe polish along with blackberry and prune. Hardly an expressive wine, but not bad. The plum and raisin flavors are middle of the road, arguably a touch overripe. Meanwhile, the finish is surprisingly tangy, seemingly on the verge of volatile.
Light in color and already showing some browning at the rim, this Merlot is cleanly made, but only shows tart, leafy flavors of tomato and dried cherries. Lean, thins out on the finish.