“Light, bright yellow. Displays aromas and flavors of fresh peach and pear, with a mineral element adding lift. Chewy and focused, showing good depth and a trace of warmth on a zesty finish that leaves a hint of bitter lemon pith behind.”
“The 2010 Quibia, 50% Callet and 50% Premsal with three months ageing on the lees, has a light nose of almond and hazelnut that is well defined, almost reticent. The palate is crisp on the entry with zesty, ripe stone fruit such as nectarine, and a touch of orange zest on the vibrant citrus finish. Simple but delicious!”
“Poached pear, baked apple, and nutmeg inform the nose of this savory white. In the glass it displays plenty of flavor interest and excellent concentration. This nicely proportioned effort is an excellent value for drinking over the next 3 years.”
Medium red. Bright raspberry and blackberry aromas are complemented by suave oak spices, cured meat and dried flowers. Light-bodied red fruit flavors are firmed by zesty minerals and pick up a leathery quality with air. Spicy on the finish, which repeats the red fruit and leather notes.