2014 Yorkville Highlands Symphony

2014 Yorkville Highlands Symphony

22.00

Tropical floral nose, with flavors of peaches and mango, which harmonize to create a refreshing and delicious wine, with a crisp and clean finish.  Indeed, it strikes the right note!

 

 

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SCORES AND AWARDS

90 Points - WINE ENTHUSIAST, Editors’ Choice

"Generous aromas of rose petal and lemon zest meet dry but fruity flavors recalling crisp kiwi and apricot in this dramatic, flavorful wine made from the Symphony grape variety. The texture is crisp and tangy, and the flavors are vivid."

— Jim Gordon

92 Points - DSGRIS LIKES THIS WINE

“Crystal clear with a light citrus nose. Off dry, medium fruit and body, lemon, grapefruit and Kiwi fruit, nice balance with the acid and rs for a smooth mouth feel. Drinking very nicely.”

91 Points - BESTDAMNCAB LIKES THIS WINE

“Taste of Mendocino, first time with these terrific wines, lovely nose of lemon, mango, citrus, and slate, same on the palate, medium/big body, delicious tasting, well crafted, great QPR at $22. Paired with Smoked Salmon, nose of lemon, slate and shale, and lots of floral notes, same on the palate, medium/big body, tasty, great in 100 degree summer weather, and a long, crisp finish. Having had a few sweet wines from the Symphony grape, this one was dry and quite a pleasant surprise. A very pale wine with a bit of a green tint, it had light floral aromas with a tinge of citrus. Given its pedigree as an offspring of Muscat, I was actually expecting it to be a bit more aromatic. Tasting it revealed a light, crisp wine with a great deal of acidity that was refreshing in a way similar to perhaps a Sauvignon Blanc. This would be fantastic with some shellfish.”