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Sharpe Hill Vineyard White Blend Ballet of Angels 2006
Come and visit Sharpe Hill Vineyard, the award winning winery of Connecticut's Quiet Corner! Sharpe Hill Vineyard has received over 250 medals in International tastings and is located in the town of Pomfret - just minutes from scenic Route 169 and from the Putnam Antiques District.
AMAZING. Great QPR. Would be around $20 if from CA. Honeydew, honeysuckle, and citrus. Bracing acidity keeps the sweetness in check. Wonderful wine, exceptional with spicy food or Asian cuisine. BUY.
This Sharpe Hill wine is one of the most lovely, refreshing mixed varietals I’ve encountered. Crisp without being sharp, pungent without offending the senses, every person I’ve since introduced it to has been just as enthralled as I am every time I open a bottle.
This was served chilled when I tried it. I thought this wine was surprisingly good with nice apple and pear flavors predominating. Crisp acidity and a nice clean finish.
Ballet of Angels is a blend of 10 different grapes, with Viognier the primary grape. A pale yellow, not quite straw color, the wine has a pleasant, slightly sweet nose with notes of grapefruit. In the mouth, the wine is crisp, clean and light-bodied with lovely notes of citrus and very clean finish. While a dry wine, the wine has a brightness that will appeal to even those who prefer sweet wines.
Citrus, Floral, Dry/Crisp, Sweet
Love this wine.
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