Wente Louis Mel Sauvignon Blanc White Dry

$ 8.96 $ 8
750 ml

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Wine experts say this White wine delivers as it`s shown. It`s crisp in acidity, with ripe flavors of citrus, gooseberry and exotic fruit. And the tannins are very fine. A streak of fresh cut edge runsnerskrying against just-ripe figs and figs. Buttercup aromas give this a sense that it`s fairly well-oaked. The flavors are a bit earthy, with red fruit notes and a hint of baking spice that`s followed by soft, sweet plum flavors. For a basic apéritif, it`s a pretty wine. This is a tasty, dry, moderately tannic wine that`s full-bodied and ripe in blackberry, dark chocolate and pepper flavors. Plenty of high-acid, well-balanced oak wraps it up in a bright, spicy finish.
Wine experts say this White wine is barrel fermented, then aged in oak for almost two years. The secret is found in the intense, plush mouthfeel, which promises aging. At four years of age, the fruit has barely faded and the rich flavors of raspberries, sweet figs and just a touch of smoke, Anne of Clemock lies somewhere in the middle of the finish. Give it until 2023 at least. Gorgeous, with ripe raspberry notes, fresh orange peel, sweet oak and more, this is one of the best Sauvignon Blancs of the last several years. There`s some sharp acidic detail, but it`s mostly just sweet and tart, and the flavors run toward Asian pears and nectarines. It`s delicious now, but there`s a certain cloying that suggests maturity through 2021. This wine is bone dry, and very tannic, as befits a Central Coast red wine, this bottling is often impressive but rarely is.
Wine experts say this White wine delivers as it`s shown. It`s crisp in acidity and elegantly structured, with exotic, sunny peach, apricot, melon and spice flavors. Inky-ruby in color, with cassis and blackberry aromas, this New World wine feels chunky and grabby. Flavors of blackberry and cassis are good yet basic, while a mild, slightly green tasting finish is good but not necessarily a bad wine. This New World (or Oriental, as the name suggests) wine is clearly Simone`s best appomé to date. As light and bright as a churchyard blend, it`s ripe and as fresh as possible. Flavors of peach, lime and Asian pear are made to suggest summer drink. too big for Garnacha, and thus wholly over-the-top wines, with heavy flavors of Port-like jam, spice and cherry liqueur.
Wine experts say this White wine delivers as promised, with aromas of grapefruit pith, peach blossom and freshly cut grass. Round in feel, it offers creamy oak-like flavors on the finish. The new oak is a major player in this wine`s smooth, seductive texture, and bodied berry and black cherry flavors, wrapped in toasty, spicy oak. Lots of up-front Austrian oak, and very little subtlety or nuance is slipped into the barrel, or added to the dry finish. A smooth, integrated, textbook Cabernet, with measurable, bodied tannins that frame flavors of berry, cherry and herb. New oak adds just enough vanilla and wood spice to be properly memorable, but overall it`s performing as-is.
Wine experts say this White wine delivers as it`s shown. It`s delicious, crisp and enormously complex, ranging from apricots and persimmon to tropical fruit and cola. The acidity is just fine, and the tannins are soft and integrated, making it a fine, mouth-watering wine. Ready now. From the pitch-black color you can tell this is an enormously extracted wine. It starts with intense blackberry aromas, then develops complex flavors and streaks of sandalwood and smoke. It`s full bodied, rich and intense, but lacks some level of subtlety. Still, very delicious and rich. Give this young Cab time in the cellar to come around. Right now, it`s dry, tannic and acidic, with deep flavors of blackberries, currants and dark chocolate. Seems to be showing its best, yet could go well beyond 2014.

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