Butterscotch Wine Reviews
I drank these 2 wines and tasted butterscotch, citrus, creamy, honey, marmalade, oak, tropical fruit. The wines are aged, dessert wine, small production and came from The Decanter Magazine Wine Club by Wine Access, Dragonette Cellars Tasting Room.
Wine reviews by: Jessyca Frederick |
From the moment we opened this bottle containing orange-colored and even orange-smelling wine (not the same as the “orange wine” fad), I knew we were in for something different.
Tasting notes: creamy, marmalade, butterscotch, honey
It is a medium-bodied, medium-acidity Sauv Blanc with Meyer lemon and grapefruit on the palate, more muted butterscotch than the nose, and at five years old, just a hint of oak.
Tasting notes: citrus, butterscotch, oak, tropical fruit
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