Pets can be very handy when considering such things:
Welcome, Wendy and friends! I’ve increased you to ‘Trust Level 2’ - this just basically means you can post more frequently so join in to your heart’s content!
Okay, we’re all here?
I hope you’ve had a chance to read Ewan’s helpful notes about the white (in the first post, above) - why don’t we have a look and a sniff - let me know what you think?
Maybe me. Here with my partner and two friends who are also TWS members.
Pale to golden straw colour with nose of stone fruits like peach and apricot
Hi Michael - you’re upgraded to Trust Level 2 now as well! Post away!
Ooh, it’s got that rice cracker thing I sometimes get from a gently-oaked chardonnay
difficult to define nose we think. honeysuckle, some spice, oak
Acacia honey and beeswax?
Mrs CC: hints of petrol for me.
Disclaimer: I’ve got the 2015… what a nose it has. Complex homemade honey with beeswax, hazelnuts and stewed ripe apples. Its stunning
Nothing much on the nose - hint of white peach; wet pebbles
Quite a restrained showing on the nose over here but quite a bit seems to be going on as it gets more air/warmth - honeysuckle, peach, beeswax, touch of pepper
That’s it! That’s what I was trying to identify!
I’m also getting some lovely juicy apricot and pear notes, some spice, all in all I’m a bit bewitched by it. Right up my street!
We’re struggling with the nose. 2 out 3 think petrol. Am wondering how acacia affects the nose.
Nose isn’t that expressive. Getting pear, bit of pudding spice
I’m getting scents of a pebble beach?
yes…a touch of white pepper