Adalia – Soave, 2014

  • Basic info: Adalia Soave/Garganega, Venteno, Italy, 2014
  • Type: White
  • Price estimate: $17 (Chamber Street Wines)
  • Look: Pale yellow with a slight green tint.
  • Smell: Citrus and cotton. (you know, that fresh laundry smell or cloths hanging outside to dry? That’s kind of the smell of this wine at first sniff – seriously.)
  • Taste: Lemon, lime, salt and a touch of mineral. Short finish.
  • Conclusions: Good, Drinkable. Love the flavors, but it wasn’t a memorable wine. I would very willingly have it again, but would not go out of my way for it.
  • Other notes: I tried this wine over the course of a  few days to see if my initial impression of it changed. It didn’t. It was a good wine and well worth the money, but it isn’t a superstar. (I do love that I have Tigger in the background on the picture of the wine in the glass. That just makes me happy.)
  • From the bottle: No bottle notes and no notes from Chamber Street. 12% alcohol by volume.

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