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The clean, positive aromas of the Delheim Pinotage is filled with fresh red fruits, some pears, and maybe even a little melon. As with the aromas, the flavors of the Delheim Pinotage are primarily strawberries and red fruits. The acidity creates a clean, crisp finish and an overall nice balance. This medium-bodied wine isn't too dry or too sweet, making a good wine for a lot of different dishes and occasions.
There are nice, positive aromas coming from the Red Bicyclette, mostly red fruits and berries. Strawberry is the most identifiable scent, though it's not the only one. As with the aromas, there are nice fruity and berry flavors here. The Red Bicyclette is soft, a little crisp at the end and dry, and overall very easy on the palate.
This light-bodied wine is very dry and tart - there are flavors of sour apple, spices like ginger, and just a bit of citrus. Overall the flavor character of the Hugel et Fils Alsace 2005 Riesling is very complex, but also very temperature sensitive. It takes very little warming for this wine to become too warm, so you need to pay attention to this when serving.
The Chateau St. Michelle 2007 Riesling is off-dry, so it isn't quite as sweet as it smells. It's rather fruity up front and has a tart, mineral finish. Overall, the taste experience is crisp and refreshing. As this medium-bodied wine warms up, the pear flavors come out more strongly. On the second day it is less acidic, sweeter, and arguably less balanced.
The aromas of the 2007 Pascual Toso Torrontes are about medium in strength and intensity, with primarily tropical fruit and floral scents mixing together. Overall, though, the aromas are a bit older and less pleasant than other Torrontes, in particular the 2007 Catena Alamos Torrontes. I'm not sure if I would go so far as to say that the Pascual Toso Torrontes had a smoky or even musty edge, but it did seem older and less fresh.
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