Super light yellow in the glass, made me look twice. The nose is floral with lemon and pineapple notes. On the palate I get peach right off the bat. Apricot and citrus hit me on the midpalate where the acidity starts to kick in. The wine is really light and bouncy with nice crisp mouthfeel. The tail end is more subdued on the flavors, mainly a pear component. This wine is intriguing in its multitude of flavors, definitely worth looking out for. I’m pairing it with salmon Alfredo. It begs for a hot summers evening outside with some oysters and chorizo. 89 points and 3 stars for this $18 bottle. Salut….