Clean and crisp, you could easily mistake this Texas-born wine for a lighter Rhone valley offering, the wine showing a balanced mix of baked apple, lemon curd, and crushed flowers. It’s those floral notes that endure the longest, with brisk acidity to keep things lively and refreshing — notes of honeysuckle clinging to roof of the mouth. It’s a straightforward wine but one with plenty of charm. Good stuff.
A- / $NA / drycomalcreekvineyards.com
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