This is made from various terraced vineyards and brought up in stainless steel tanks.  Green/gold in color, clear and bright.  The nose has minerals, slight floral notes and a slight pineapple quality.  Nice texture.  There does seem to be a bit of sweetness which is surprising although it certainly would not be considered a sweet or even semi-sweet wine.  On the palate, there is a nice quince note with underlying minerality.  It is delicious and ready to drink now but should last for another eight to ten years easily.  It drinks well on its own and will work great with (not too spicy) Thai food.  


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