Fresh and stylish, with aromas that stir memories of tropical breezes and fresh-cut fruit. The palate is tight and edgy, but restrained. Flavors of pear and melon are nice, and there is no citric excess or bite. Lean, fresh and tasty. Made with organic grapes.
Clean, light and fresh; it’s the perfect white wine for a picnic. Lithe, lucid flavors of tangerine and pink grapefruit are sweet and ripe, and worthwhile. The stony, citric tail is good, too.
An interesting wine that walks to the beat of its own drum. Organic wines are almost always a little unusual, and this is no different. It pours on the funky red-fruit aromas and then come herbal cherry, raspberry and plum flavors. As a whole it’s a good, well-made wine with decent feel. But hailing from La Rioja, it also has its own unfamiliar identity. Worth a…
Smells citric and green, with carob notes that seem artificial and forced. Very simple, creamy and candied, with faux chocolate flavors and sweet fruit. Finishes like a strawberry dipped in cheap chocolate. Modest quality at best.