The wine’s attack on the nose brings reminders of tart fruit: unripe peaches, pineapple, passion fruit, all with a touch of flowers, especially white blossom, perhaps from the significant proportion of white Viura grapes. Its period left on the lees underpins the acidity in such a way that its presence is obvious but not intrusive, thanks to the softening influence of the polysaccharides. As you sip it, your mouth seems to fill with sweet, chewy fruit. As it passes over the palate, the sensations move towards sharp apples, before ending with a total dominance of white blossom and ripe fruit.
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