This is an interesting blend. It is 67% Flora, 19% Chardonnay, and 14% Pinot Noir. Flora is a crossing of Semillon and Gewürztraminer that was created in 1938 by Harold P. Olmo at the California Agricultural Experiment Station. Light golden in color. The nose has seltzer, slight marzipan and peach. On the palate, this is slightly sweet. Apples and apricots. Turns sweeter on the finish. This is enjoyable on it own but would work with a not too sweet peach/apricot dessert. Drink over the next couple of years.
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