Served to a group blind. I thought it was a bit oxidized (just slightly) which is worrisome. The group guess was California although I leaned to a more modern, bigger Chablis. Light golden in color, clear and bright. The nose has some lemons with oak/spice but a streak of apple cider. Not fresh apples thought perhaps that was there too. On the palate, apples with some cider notes. Slightly oily texture (which is why I thought Burgundy). Some viscosity. Slightly flabby. It was likely the oak and the lack of acid that led the group into thinking it was from California. OK finish. Good bottles of this should last for a while, but it is a worry. Probably best to drink sooner than later. It will work well with seafood. It seemed the group liked this more than I did.
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