Fariña Val de Reyes 2005

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The Botrytis effected Moscatel is really evident on the aroma with hints of orange, honey, pear and a heady honeysuckle edge. Is it the botrytis that gives that nice weight to the palate in addition to the sweetness? A good long spicy finish is clean and fresh from the citric acidity. Behind that spice is there a dimension not too dissimilar to that of autumn - well-kept apples, damp leaves, wild mushrooms and all? Alcohol 13%. http://www.spittoon.biz/a_not_too_sweet_dessert_wine_f.html

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Region: Spain » Castilla y León

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Color: White
Varietal: Moscato Giallo
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Snooth User: winescribbler
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10/19/2008

The Botrytis effected Moscatel is really evident on the aroma with hints of orange, honey, pear and a heady honeysuckle edge. Is it the botrytis that gives that nice weight to the palate in addition to the sweetness? A good long spicy finish is clean and fresh from the citric acidity. Behind that spice is there a dimension not too dissimilar to that of autumn - well-kept apples, damp leaves, wild mushrooms and all? Alcohol 13%. http://www.spittoon.biz/a_not_too_sweet_dessert_wine_f.html




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