Caroline Bay, Sauvignon Blanc

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750 ml

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Wine experts say this White wine shows the kind of peppery complexity that California Chardonnay does. It opens with a fresh bouquet of citrus and grapefruit followed by a brisk, succulent balance of body and acid. The finish is crisp and refreshing. Powerful scents of pressed apple, candle wax and candle wax balsam lift out of the glass. The round, concentrated palate offers tart green apple, white peach, lime and energizing mineral notes alongside crisp acidity. Aromas of vanilla, baking spice and mature peach follow through to the warm, lightly baked palate. It has a nice, smooth feel that ends on a note of peach. (For the Alsatian variety, this is very pure in the Cahors, showing rich, ripe black fruit, oodles of spice and toast, and a lingering touch of smoke. The contrast with the acidity is great, making it refreshing now and a good choice for warm red meat.
Wine experts say this White wine shows the potential of its non-reserve Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. The mouthfeel is fuller and more lush than its reserve, but quite dry. The flavors are rich with raspberries, blackberries and currants, and lingers through a lightly wood-driven finish. Powerful tea and spice aromas, particularly the lightly spicy-tasting nose, are followed by rich, mouthfilling fruit flavors followed by a long, mouthwatering finish. There`s a nice level of acidity and grip to this wine. All in all, it`s very balanced and shows real varietal character. Made from a majority of Cabernet Sauvignon, with a tiny pinch of Cabernet Franc, this is a dramatic wine, deep in cherry, black currant and cedar flavors. Feels like young Touriga, with a jolt of high-powered acidity stimulating crispness and natural acidity.
Wine experts say this White wine delivers as it`s shown. It`s forward and fruity, with ripe apricot and peach fruit flavors, a crisp spine of mineral and just a green bit of grass on the finish. Drink now. This is a soft, flowers-and-gold rush-wart wine comes from a vineyard in the hills above Nuits Saint-Georges, where the valley is known to bring gooseberries. Fresh and crisp, the wine has just 5% residual sugar, giving it the weight to sustain for long, with racy flavors of red berries and red plums. Crisp and bright in flavor and feel, this is a delicious wine, with citrus, green apple, white flower and spicy vanilla flavors. Aged in large wood barrels for seven months, the wine is ripe and structured. It also has fine fruitiness, ripe and perfumed while also cut with acidity. The wine will be ready to drink from 2018.
Wine experts say this White wine delivers as promised, with aromas of honey, peach blossom and exotic fruit. It drinks dry but tastes good, balanced by acidity and tannins. Aromas of blackberry, leather, spearmint and dried herbs take the lead. The palate offers crunchy red cherry, black berry, sage and clove alongside bracing tannins. Produced by the Cazes hashed out and aged the vineyard, this wine shows how well the variety can perform in warmer vintages. With plenty of ripe fruit, touches of spice and bright acidity, it is attractive now and should be drunk from 2018. This is a typically perfumed wine from Red Mountain, providing a blueprint for the kinds of wines from the region. Lean, mineral-driven texture gives structural brightness. There`s a core of bright, fresh acidity, and a scent of tart raspberry.

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