Wine experts say this White wine delivers as advertised. It`s dry, brisk in acidity and ultrarefined, offering sharp lemon, lime, peach and floral flavors. New oak adds in subtle vanilla and buttered toast complexities. Don`t serve it too cold. Roasted black fruits, animal notes and a strong whiff of fully ripe plum give this Amarone a an anuroy for Toro. The palate has good flow in its favor, with solid depth and ripe blackberry, spice and loads of roasted coffee flavors. This approachable Toro shows off the warmth of Santa Rita Hills reds well. This approachable Toro brings layers of blackberry, plum, cherry and coffee to the nose, and then segues to flavors of roasted coffee, mocha and tobacco. Much of the fruit is buried in earth, and the tannins are substantial. This wine could be matched with another traditional Periquita red, but it`s the biggest disappointment.