This is yet unreleased but is a spectacular wine.  The sample bottle served at the winery was decanted to allow the sulfur to blow off  bit.  This is a ripe but not over ripe wine that seems fully developed with just a hint of sharp corners at this point.  Light golden in color with a touch of green hues.  The nose is beautiful with a floral (maybe Edelweiss but probably more like Acacia) nose along with a touch of lemon verbena.  Light tannins.  Good but balanced acidity.  The palate has lemon peel, slight peppery notes and spice.  A long finish.  Delicious wine that is great on its own, but will be even better with food.  It would go really well with a vegetable quiche but also a roasted pork or veal dish.  It will undoubtedly improve but is drinking well now and should drink well for twelve to fifteen more years.


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