Fairly youthful, light and airy, with simple nectarine and melon flavors. Finishes smooth and medium length, with adequate but reserved force. Some finishing notes of creamy pear and sugared citrus zest work well.
White raisin and touches of lettuce and celery give this multigrape blend some richness but also a bit of green character. The palate shows lemon, green apple and pineapple, and this lean quality is confirmed by the wine’s modest 11% alcohol level. Drink now to catch it at its scouring, sorbet-like best.
A basic white wine for salads and patio sipping. The nose is neutral except for some apple blossom, while the palate is sheer, lean and features apple, lemon and a slight bitterness. Crisp, healthy but highly regular.
A little strange and unusual on the nose, with a mix of grass, citrus and corn-like aromas. The palate is wayward and slightly citrusy, with a hint of grapefruit and also some vegetal flavors. Pretty good mouthfeel and acidity keep it afloat, but overall it’s not going to win over too many fans.
Burning hay field, roasted corn and other over-the-hill aromas put this one on life support. The palate isn’t much livelier; there’s dry, bland citrus and more canned corn. Not a total mess but not very fresh or attractive.