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2010 Vermeil Wines Dry Semillon Luvisi Vineyard Calistoga Napa Valley
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89 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - May/June 2012

Light yellow-gold.  Dried pear and nectarine aromas are complemented by notes of honey, vanilla and lemon pith.  Pliant, expansive pit and orchard fruit flavors show good depth and become spicier and smokier with air.  Shows a refreshing bitterness on the finish, which lingers with good, spicy intensity and length.  Fatter than most Australian versions of the variety but in no way heavy.

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