Monday, December 2, 2013
A Touch of Piedmont
No worries about oak in this wine as it is steel fermented and you can taste the flinty minerality. Aromas of citrus a mix of lemon and lime that carried over to the palate along with some green apple. There was a hint of almond in the wine and white spice on the finish.
The alcohol content in the wine is 11.5% and the wine retails for $13.99.
A very refreshing wine and will pair well with broiled and sauteed seafood.