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Borealis, Pedro Ximenez, Case Club @MetroWines

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Pedro Ximenez

95 Points Decantur Magazine

Vinification This Pedro Ximénez is aged for 15 years in the solera system.

Tasting Notes A great nose of exotic spices and almost red fruits combine
with more classic caramel overtones. With great acidity
the wine is light on its feet and almost refreshing.

 

Borealis
    Mouthwatering and multi-dimensional, this perennial crowd pleaser is a blend of our favorite cool-climate whites: Müller-Thurgau (38%), Gewürztraminer (32%), Riesling (19%) and Pinot Gris (11%). Crafted from several harvests in order to display the unique qualities of each variety, heady scents of orange blossom, ripe honeydew, guava and kiwi offer a vibrant introduction to this aromatic blend. The palate is sumptuous and round, bursting with stone fruit, Meyer lemon and juicy pear drizzled with caramel. This plushness yields to a clean, bright and uplifting finish.
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