When I talk about wines that drink “dangerously easy” I am talking about a wine that tastes so good your guests will finish the first glass before you can put the bottle down. This is one of those bottles. Aromas and flavours of bright, crisp golden delicious apple, peaches, and a hint of wildflower. If you really close your wine … and take a minute to savour (instead of gulp) you can picture yourself standing in a prairie field in the middle of summer. There is a bit of a contradiction on the mid palate as there is a slight creaminess that caresses the palate and helps fill your whole mouth with the peach and apple flavours but the bright crisp acidity pulls the rug out from under all that fruit and leaves your palate holding the bouquet of wildflowers until you take your next sip.
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