(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.
(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.
(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.