One of my favorite Chenin Blanc's from California. Light golden in the glass. The nose is mostly about minerality but there is some honey, and slight orange peel to it as well. On the palate, this is dry but with a viscous texture. A nice backbone of acidity. Minerals with some underlying dried oranges. Long finish. One get's the feeling this could last for a long time, but to be safe, it probably should be consumed in the next five to seven years. It will go well with Asian foods.
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