Castillo de Feliciana 2012 albarino

Tasted at 55-60 degrees on the IR temp gun. Color: faint gold. Nose: lime, indoor swimming pool, lemon blossom. Mouthfeel: smooth and light, snappy, with an acid scrub. Tail trail: 6 seconds. Flavors: lime, lemon, white hibiscus. Paired with gingered tripe, bull tendon, and a spider roll. Wicked.

Alcohol: 13.2%. Columbia Valley AVA. Milton-Freewater winery. RS 1.0%. Still a very rare find in Washington albarino as only a handful of wineries have access to this scarcely planted grape. Best wine to pair with shellfish. Power: 2/5. Balance: 2/5. Depth: 2/5. Finesse: 2/5. Rated: 88. Value: $15. Paid: $22. This is WAwineman… uncorked, uneducated but not uncouth.

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