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Light gold in color, it offers up some pineapple and vanilla notes, along with an overripe pear quality on the nose. In the mouth, the flavors seem somewhat disjointed—the vanilla-oak component fights with with the modest fruit instead of complementing it. The finish is short and sweet.
Features light pear and caramel aromas marred by some cidery or varnishy notes. A bit dull, with faint oak-derived toast and menthol elements. A tough vintage for this normally reliable producer.
The nose is decidedly of hay, or maybe even creamed corn. The flavors pop, as the mouth both tastes and feels tired. If you dig deep enough you can find some light green apples and buttery toast. Miles away from the Estate Reserve.