Sokol Blosser "Evolution" White Blend

SKU #450103 Jancis Robinson

 Blend of eight or nine varieties, many of them aromatic. Grapey Muscat nose. Crisp, off dry, lots of pleasure and easy to like - and drink.  (2/2010)

Wine Spectator

 Light and tangy, with modest lemon and green olive flavors, lingering gently. Müller-Thurgau, Riesling, Sémillon and others. Drink now. (Web-2013)

K&L Notes

From an evolutionary blend of Pinot Gris, Muller-Thurgau, Semillon and six other white grapes, now in its fifteenth edition, this fruity and zippy white is loaded with delicious flavors of peach, tropical citrus, and spice with something in it for everyone--literally! Its succulence is matched by fresh acidity, making it well matched to a variety of dishes, from light salads to spicy Asian-fusion cuisine.

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