Massican White Blend Napa Valley Annia 2010
The 2010 Massican Annia has truly begun to blossom as its floral aromas have come forward along with apple, lemony zest and melon. The earthy minerals and stone are still there but have taken a complimentary back seat to its intense floral fruit. On the palate, the Annia has gained weight, while it’s lean acidity keeps it fresh and mouth watering. Green melon, sour apple, lemon zest and minerals bombard the senses and fade into its long mouth-watering finish. This bottle continues to improve in the cellar and is drinking beautifully now.
The 2010 Annia, a blend of tocai friulano, ribolla gialla and chardonnay, is truly rooted in the earth as aromas of minerals and schist filled out the nose. With further exploration, I found white flowers, lemon zest and green melon. On the palate, an earthy salinity followed by citrus and honeydew melon glided across the senses. There was a lean acidity that provided laser-like focus and a mouthwatering zing that lasted into the finish with flavors of herbs and melon. This wine continued to gain depth and nuance over the course of 24 hours. I would have never expected the Annia came from Napa, and I mean that in the best possible way.
just love it never tire of its wonderful taste and aroma
I love this wine The more I drink it the more I lover drinking it Bravo to Dan
Three and a half glasses