This is much better than the 2009 (tried two years ago). The 2010 should, however, be consumed now. It is not really showing oxidation, but the fruit is fading. That said, this is a solid wine that made for a fun start to our Passover Seder. We consumed it before actually sitting down to the Seder. It went well with dried fruits and nuts and "mock" liver. Light golden in color with a fair amount of medium-ish bubbles. The nose has some green apples and minerals with slight ginger and slighter oxidation. On the palate, the apples carry thru along with some minerality. Not a lot of acidity and shorter finish.
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