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Little Gewurtzy floral spice, some honied spice tones, green apple and lime, simple, balanced, pleasant, yet innocuous. Light bodied, lowish alcoho... Read more
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Loved it. Light like a Chardonnay but less buttery. It tastes like you are drinking a bouquet of pretty flowers and light fruits. Read more
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Editorial Reviews for Middle Sister White Blend California
Little Gewurtzy floral spice, some honied spice tones, green apple and lime, simple, balanced, pleasant, yet innocuous. Light bodied, lowish alcohol feel, orange toned fruit up front, some nice spice across the palate, a Chenin Blanc like feel, a lot of orchard fruit on the back end, then dropping off rather quickly. 85
Loved it. Light like a Chardonnay but less buttery. It tastes like you are drinking a bouquet of pretty flowers and light fruits.
Really enjoyable fruit aromas and flavors do not overpower the senses, the relatively low residual sugar plays off well against the mild acidity and herbal/floral qualities of the wine. Mango and papaya fruits with kiwi and strawberries dance on the tongue, and a backbone of cocoa butter keeps it together.
Light fruit aromas and juicy sweet stone fruit flavors. Finishes with a bit of lemon and grapefruit.
soft and subtle. fruit salad on the palate with lots of pear and lemon peel. no oak. just your standard tasty summer sipper.
Subtle nose with light tropical fruits. Crisp and light with orange and melon, followed by a long consistent finish. Very enjoyable.
Nose of lemon meringue, in the mouth the wine jumps into peaches, melon and kiwi. Very crisp, tart, finish on lemons. Nice. Great for the warm weather.
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