Floral aromas are suggestive of gardenia flowers, and overall this is very much in the Moscato d’Asti vein. The palate is crisp, light and citrusy while the flavors are pure lemon-lime and flowers. Finishes fresh and light, with no funk or excess weight.
Flat and scattershot on the nose, with oxidized aromas. The palate is fleshy and soft, with unusual, funky flavors of sweet white fruits and applesauce. Finishes thick, creamy and honeyed. A weird wine.