Light golden in color. The nose is mild with pears and melons. On the palate, there is a slight diesel note but also some slight fruit. It has a round texture, but lacks much acidity or intensity. It is enjoyable, but leaves one wanting for a bit more. Some of that is the varietal but still. $19 retail. A very solid wine. Drink now this may have been better a year ago.
10% Gewurztraminer, 30% Pinot Blanc, 30% Pinot Gris, 30% Riesling. This is made in the traditional method. It does not appear to be labelled as Cremant. Light silvery/yellow/white/gold in color. Very pale. A nice head of medium sized bubbles. The nose is nice with a bit of seltzer and slight lemon. On the palate, this has slight lime peel with some juniper berry (Gin) and other herbals. Not a lot of depth but very refreshing. Slightly short on the finish. This is easy drinking sparkling wine. Dry and very food friendly. At $16, this is a nice value.
Kind of cool drinking a wine from Texas. Light golden in color. The nose has a bit of a sweet scent to it along with minerals and slight petrol. At first I thought it was a Riesling. On the palate, this is sweet. A bit disjointed but not bad. It is sweet with some minerals and a candied lemon note to it. Worked pretty well with a salad. I believe it cost around $20 which is fine for a fun wine and something different. While I am not familiar with this winery or wine, I suspect it was better a year or two ago.
Light golden in color. On the nose, this has nice red apples and slight peach. Medium bodied. Slightly sweet. It has a nice minerality with a touch of apples on the palate. Clen finish.