Golden in color, clear and bright. The nose has fresh cut lumber, toast, butterscotch and a slight lemon note. Medium bodied. Medium tannins (most likely oak driven). On the palate, the toast and butterscotch come thru with a bit more lemon. Lower acidity. The finish is medium with a bit of vanilla. This has a lot of oak on it, so factor that into your buying preferences. It drinks better on its own than with food for that reason. Drink over the next few years.
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