Sandlands makes some of the more interesting wines around.  I am a huge fan of their whites (and the reds are good, too).  This is a blend of 60% Chenin Blanc and 40% Semillon from various regions in California. Light golden in color.  The nose is nice with orange peel, peach, slight wax and slight minerality.  Medium bodied.  Slightly oily texture.  Refreshing.  On the palate, there is some depth here.  Orange peel and peach with a bit of minerality.  Nice acidity.  Nice finish.  Drinking well now and should drink well for another five to eight years.  Great on its own, this will work well with lighter foods.  It went great with a Couscous salad.


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