as i brought this wine all the way from canada as a kind of experiment, i only served 2-3 glasses to those i thought would know how to appreciate it. within 5 minutes everyone at the party (about 25 people) wanted to taste at least a sip, to see the reactions and the word of mouth spreading like wildfire in the room was in itself quite an experience....
reviewed using the WSET systematic approach to tasting:
clear bright of medium intensity golden color with luscious legs at the bowl
clean with medium (+) intensity, developping. aromas of apple skins, orange blossom, honey, with medicinal characteristics reminding one of a spirit rather than a sweet wine
sweet with medium acidity and medium alcohol level. a medium (-) body with medium (+) intensity of orange blossom, honey, apricot, ripe apple, pinapples. a complex, fresh, and luscious palate with a long finish and watery freshness that calls for another sip.
good: a fine balance between acidity, flavours, and alcohol level. a very refreshing wine which shows smoothness and complexity of flavours.
a very surprising discovery considering that it is made from frozen apples and not from grapes. definitely to look for.