Wine experts say this White wine delivers as it`s presented. The aromas of apricot, melon and other tropical fruits are clean, but lack clarity. Lean in style, with a short, delicately acidic finish. Pair with cream cheeses. Too soft, with a chemical, heavy, murky color. The finish says it all, but the wine tastes very watery. Regrettably, this has no sweetness scale on the label, but it`s easy to find, with sweet orange, peach and vanilla cream flavors that finish long and sweet. Try as an interesting alternative to Sauvignon Blanc or Viognier. Clean, crisp and fresh, with very citrusy notes and like the name of the wine. Has a hard, metallic edge to an otherwise pleasing and refreshing style. A hard, tannic wine, this has a dry element to balance the ripe blackberry fruit flavors. It is potentially soft, ripe and ready to drink now.