Not as much acidity or mineral as the last bottle; slightly more round, with pear, apple and a clean (but not crisp) finish. A little heavier on the palate than I'm used to with this producer's white wines. Good as an aperitif or with lighter dishes.
Palest of golds in color, this wine has a lullaby of a nose with aromas of vanilla and white flowers. In the mouth its flavors center around apples and pears dusted with citrus zest, and an overall experience of clarity and brightness. This is marred by a hint of bitterness in the finish, but this doesn't keep the wine from being lovely and refreshing.