My snaggle tooth approves of this wine. White flowers, nuts, honey, and some waxy stone fruit on the nose. Apricots and donut peaches on the palate with honey and raw nut mix. This is a very nice Marsanne from Paso Robles. Good entry to the style and grape.
Nothin’ wrong with a little Pinot Greege from time to time! Green apples, pear, Meyer lemon, a hint of honey and minerality on the nose. Green apple, peach, a hint of thyme, and a mineral finish on the palate.
Ohai. I’m drinking Burgundy. It’s pretty nice. My life is pretty nice. Although I’ll never admit it to the hoomans. Between you and me. Meyer lemon, lemon zest, raw almonds, and hazelnuts on the nose. Lemons, grapefruit, and hazelnuts on the palate. Standard, classic, center-of-the-fairway white Burgundy chard, y’all!
Puttin’ on the fancy with this Austrian Riesling. Lovely. Apples, white flowers, Meyer lemon, and honeysuckle on the nose. Fresh apples and pears with a bright lemon and almost mandarin acidity on the palate. Classic.
It’s hard to have an Orvieto Classico outside of Orvieto, but I tried. Lemon, apple, and pear on the nose with a hint of florals. The standard lemon, apple, and pear on the palate. Not much else. I had my hoomans cook with it but it is a simple drinker - no harm in having a glass while you cook with the rest!
There ain’t nothin’ wrong with partying with a Chilean SauvBlanc every once in a while. Green pepper, grass, underripe pineapple, and more limes than lemons on the nose. Green pepper flesh and lime on the palate. Simple, but nothing to complain about!