Quiet on the nose and only slightly more zesty in the mouth. There’s grassy, pithy citrus flavors, a little kick from the wine’s acid, and then a pithy, mild-mannered finish. Standard-fare Verdejo.
This wine is gold in color, which indicates the heft and softness that follow. The nose is honeyed and sweaty, while the palate feels chunky and flat, with dusty, maderized flavors of papaya, passion fruit and banana. Pudgy- feeling and tropical on the finish.
Sharp, medicinal and a little skunky to start with, and it remains acidic, tangy and hard in the mouth, with cranberry and cough medicine for flavors. Herbal and cutting on the finish. Not much to write home about.
Burnt, gritty and ultraearthy on the nose, with mulchy, herbal accents. The palate is scratchy and tannic, with roasted fruit, scorched earth notes and hard tannins. Finishes with light vanilla and coconut.