First impressions: pretty acidic and dry. Pretty muted tastes as a result. Will likely taste good with food. With every sip though gets softer and softer to know 4-10 sips later I can’t find the initial acidity. Sure enough, the fruit notes really stand out more with food. This is where it really shines, with light to medium flavored food. This is a light-med bodied wine. Day 2 there is little to no acidity, just fruity and still food friendly. --Katie R
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