Another quality wine from Jamie Kutch. For the quality, this is a very good value. Obviously very young, this showed better on day 2 although it was outstanding right on opening. Green gold in color. The nose has slight vanilla and lemons. A bit of baking spices. On the palate, this has a lemonade quality on day 1 and comes off as slightly sweet. It all comes more into focus with air on day 2 showing dry with more depth. Lemons and minerals. A lovely texture. Long finish. This will need some time until peak, say three to five years and then should drink well for another ten to twelve, at least after that. Drinks great on its own but really seemed to improve with some food. Cheeses are great but most lighter fare.
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