This is a good wine for the dollar, with good acidity balancing a touch of sweetness.
The wine is hedonistically rich without losing it's fresh acidity.
Apricot and honey linger, with enough acid to balance the sweetness.
The wait was rewarded with a very lovely wine that doesn't usually get any years behind it.
When people tell me "I don't like bubbles" I slap them until they go away.
This is a very pleasant Spanish Garnacha, a table-ready pairing for almost any white meat.
This is a terrific pour at any time, but really stands out as an after-dinner drink, where it will sparkle alongside the finest ports or sherries.