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Like the aromas, the flavors of the 2009 Mendoza Station Reserva Torrontes are mostly tropical fruit but combined with a bit of citrus. This is a dry, light-bodied white wine with marked acidity and a moderate flavor intensity. Like other Torrontes, it's best when drunk cold and shouldn't be allowed to warm up too much.
The Paso a Paso Verdejo 2008 is a deep golden color, almost honey-like with a medium color-depth and nice clarity. The Paso a Paso Verdejo 2008 has some pretty early acidity that leaves quickly; after that the flavors emerge — mostly lemon and some mineral around the edges. The intensity is moderate and smooth; while the wine is dry overall there is a bit of sweetness to the flavor.
This dry, full-bodied Pinot Noir has strong tannins and an extended length. The flavors are dominated by strong, jammy berries - strawberry, black berry, and a bit of cherry. There is also a subtle hint of toast in the background. Some people might notice dirt or mushroom notes and stronger flavors of toast or oak.
The Chandon Blanc de Noirs is fairly dry, has moderate flavor intensity, and a lively acidity that allows you to pair if with a wide variety of foods. The smooth, clean finish also helps make this a versatile sparkling wine. The primary flavors in Chandon Blanc de Noirs are cherry, strawberry, and currant.
The aromas of the Giesen Marlborough 2007 Sauvignon Blanc are low to moderate in intensity, consisting primarily of unidentifiable fruit - mostly citrus, but also some clear herbaceous notes. The Giesen Marlborough 2007 Sauvignon Blanc is a dry, medium-bodied wine that is marked by nice, crisp acidity that is quite mouth watering. The flavors are primarily citrus and tropical fruit, though some taste gooseberry and some grasses.
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