The first thing I have to say is that I did
not like this wine, but the producer must be having some
success with it, since it's been around for at least 5
years. However, Thunderbird and Mad Dog have each been
around for at least 33 years, so that's not saying
To my palate, this wine struggles to find a
taste, with what seems to be the Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris
fighting for dominance, and not giving any leeway for the
Muscat, Riesling, and Gewurztraminer to make their presence
known. In fact, it's this bully that typically confuses my
taste buds and likens this to a very chalky wine that tries
to come off with a floral taste somewhere... where exactly
I don't know.
On this one, I definitely invite anyone to
show me their affinity for it. But in honesty, this isn't
something that I would recommend to you.