(Mosel, Germany) Whiffs of tangerine peel waft from the glass of this semidry Riesling. It is low in alcohol, yet so honeyed and ripe that flavors of grapefruit and peach seem to slick sumptuously on the palate.
(Bordeaux, France) Aromas of black fruits, smoked meats, coffee, and mocha characteristics with a medium-full palate impression and lengthy, super finish. Tannins are subdued and round, evident upon opening, but dissipate with a short time in the glass.
(Catalunya, Spain) Attractive pale gold straw color with white and gold hints. Fine beads of bubbles. Citrus aromas with notes of brioche, pear, and almond. Fine and elegant. Initially soft on the palate with clear pear and lemon flavors and fresh acidity. Creamy mousse with fine bubbles.
(Margaret River, Australia) Succulent, with peach and apricot flavors that give way to a juicy core of dried mango and Meyer lemon notes. The details dance around effortlessly, with fennel, cumin, and white pepper accents lingering on the silky finish.
(Valencia, Spain) Dark ruby in color with rich aromas of red fruit and light spices. It is a real knock-out with delicious flavors of dark cherries, blackberries, and vanilla all perfectly integrated. The Tempranillo provides wonderful spice and fruit, while the Cabernet Sauvignon gives structure and depth with the beautiful use of oak.
(Côtes du Rhône, France) Red and black fruits greet the nose along with lavender floral notes. On the palate, the wine is medium-bodied and fresh with silky smooth tannins. Black cherry liqueur, ripe black plum, and black raspberry flavors linger in this wine that exhibits considerable elegance and finesse.
(Custoza, Italy) The first whiff is of soft melon and white citrus, typical of Pinot Grigio but cooler in tone and less tropical/fruity. Well-structured mouth feel with actual grape tannins present giving the fruit texture added complexity with a touch of dry extract on the finish.
(Adelaide Hills, Australia) An initial rush of lemon/lime/white grapefruit peel crispness. Followed by a refreshing, tart gooseberry and lemon curd with subtle minerality. A tangy, mouth-watering finish and trademark Sauvignon Blanc acidity.