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Strong, velvety, soft. Read more
This is a fantastic white wine and as a beautiful blend it is unlike any other. In the past, the 8th ed. was my favorite, the 9th ed. left somethi... Read more
This white has become my go-to for entertaining. It is a great wine for the money and everyone who has tried it has loved it. My favorite whites t... Read more
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Strong, velvety, soft.
This is a fantastic white wine and as a beautiful blend it is unlike any other. In the past, the 8th ed. was my favorite, the 9th ed. left something to be desired and the recent 11th ed. was back to full potential. A great wine for red wine drinkers who want to switch to white on a summer day as it has a robust, intricate taste with a full finish. This wine has quickly become my all time personal fave and as friends are aware it is definitely present year round in my cellar.
This white has become my go-to for entertaining. It is a great wine for the money and everyone who has tried it has loved it. My favorite whites tend to be pinot blancs--drier, mineral, a little zesty. Evolution is floral, ever-so-slightly fruity, and just a tad sweet. It is perfect with spicy Mexican, Indian, Thai and Vietnamese food!
Good all the time
A nice crisp and semi sweet blend. I had the 13th of the series. Goes great with spicy dishes or just about anything a white wine would.
This is a great blend - very balanced and is the perfect pick for entertaining.
This is really a great white wine. It has all of the characteristics of a great Riesling without the oily taste you frequently encounter, all of the characteristics of a great pinot grigio without the overly tart side you frequently encounter, all of the soft sweetness of a gewurtztraminer without too much sweetness. It is fabulous with a spicy Thai dinner!
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From an evolutionary blend of pinot gris, muller-thurgau, semillon and six other white grapes, this light and zippy white is ready to drink now and very easy to understand and enjoy. Loaded with delicious flavors of peach, spice and vanilla, this has some
Light and supple. An easy-to-drink white, with appealing nectarine, spice and almond flavors dancing through the soft finish. A blend of Pinot Gris, Muller-Thurgau, Sandegrave;millon and six other white grapes. Drink now.
Soft and aromatic, appealing for its pretty floral, spice and litchi overtones to the basic pear and apple character. Lap it up while itandrsquo;s fresh. Drink now.
While Evolution is a particularly easy wine to drink, it is by far the hardest wine I have ever had to make. Trying to fit together the flavors and aromas of nine radically different varieties is like putting together a large and complicated puzzle. The blend must be well-knit and integrated yet the individual varietal characters should still be evident. It's like trying to mix nine different colors of paint and end up with a rainbow instead of a muddy brown. This new Lucky edition, our thirteenth, is still a blend of nine different white varieties and it still has the same distinctive snap, spice and zing. And, like the previous twelve editions, it's still designed to pair with foods that are particularly hard to match with wine -- especially spicy foods like Indian, Thai, and Southwestern. - WineryColor: Medium Straw Aroma: Floral (jasmine, orange blossoms), complex spices, tropical fruit. Taste: A parade of flavors across the palate. - Winery
Light and supple. An easy-to-drink white, with appealing nectarine, spice and almond flavors dancing through the soft finish. A blend of Pinot Gris, Muller-Thurgau, Sèmillon and six other white grapes. Drink now.
Packed with more tropical fruit flavor than most wine coolers, this grapey wine will soothe a mild sweet tooth. Serve it well chilled for a summer picnic.
Evolution is a tropical, lush blend of nine white varietals. The grapes come together and create a flavor greater than the sum of its parts. Pair with anything with spice: Caribbean, Asian, Thai or Tex-Mex.
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