The wine showed a pale straw color. Grapefruit, apple, lemon, melon and whiffs of stone fruit could all be found on the nose. Apple, lemon candy, grapefruit, blood orange and dried apricot followed on the palate where the dried fruit was only perceptible on the finish. The wine exhibited good acidity and balance. It was light-bodied and demonstrated good length. This wine would be an excellent aperitif. It would also pair well with freshly shucked oysters or steamed snow crab.
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