(66% semillon, 24% muscadelle and 10% chasselas): Light, bright gold. Fresh lemon, pear and pungent herb scents are brightened by zesty minerals. Concentrated, focused and deep, with strong citrus pith, orchard fruit and tarragon flavors sharpened by notes of bitter quinine and green tea. Gains weight with aeration but at no expense of vivacity. Strikes a suave balance of finesse and power, finishing with an exotic floral flourish and excellent length. (ST)
Carlisle's 2011 White Wine The Derivative is a blend of Semillon, Muscadelle and Palomino, a modern-day version of Hock, a white blend that was popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Almonds, hazelnuts, dried flowers, mint and licorice all blossom in an inviting, textured white long on personality and class. Dried flowers, honey and mint add nuance on the finish. It is amazing to consider that these vineyards were planted between 1886 and 1920. (AG)
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