Sample received courtesy the winemaker for review purposes.
From the bottle:
“‘I once had a dream of peaches and cream,
But wasn’t quite sure of what I had seen.
Noble and bold, like tales of old,
A bright burst of sunshine, this fine liquid gold.
Beautifully made, this sweet serenade,
Who is this unknown at the wine masquerade?’
Unmask the true identity of this alluring white wine blend. These grapes are grown in the Lodi appellation, with its warm days and cool summer nights. Full of fruit, this wine will tantalize you with its integrated flavors.
It’s been awhile since we’ve had a Bulk Buy but the wait is now over. Not only that, but our first Bulk Buy on a white wine! Let’s get right to it…
The 2010 Michael David Winery Incognito White is a pretty unique blend of five different varieties that really come together magnificently in this wine. It all begins with aromas of ripe fruit, flowers, citrus, peaches and honey. Very nice so far, but it’s the taste that vaults this wine into elite status. The predominate flavors in this easy to drink wine are a delicious blend of citrus, peaches and melon. The finish is fabulous with a nice amount of minerality and citrus/honey flavors that linger on and on. Not only nice and smooth, but dare I say, a beautiful wine. Highly recommended.
Also check out the 2008 Michael David Winery Incognito Red.
See a listing of local retailers selling this wine here.
Overall Rating: 8.3
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