Golden yellow appearance, very fine mousse with fine streams of bubbles Nose of pear, lemon and biscuits/toast Surprising acidity, youthful on the palate with notes of green apple, pear, lemon and pain grille/biscuits. At or near the peak and should hold well for some time.
Appearance: Pale yellow with silvery tints. low color intensity, medium – viscosity Nose: Pomelo, lime, hay, asparagus and gooseberry Palate: Citrus- pomelo, lime, with grassy notes Conclusion: a crisp, light white with very nice balanced acidity and aromatics. Approachable and ready to drink.
2001 Karl Lawrence Cabernet Sauvignon – USA, California, Napa Valley (10/25/2009) Appearance: dark inky purple with garnet rim, very little signs of age; medium + viscosity, very slow stained tears Nose: black currant, plum, cooked fruit, pain grille, coconut, vanilla, pepper, capsicum, leather Palate: mostly fruit on the palate, supported by oak and vegetalContinue reading “My Tasting Notes From Cellar Tracker”
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