Dark golden in color. The nose is aromatic, with the tell-tale lychee, spice and candied fruit note that you would expect from one of the parents of Gewurztraminer, but there is also a green apple, pear and herb note that leads into dry earth and rock aromas. The palate is fleshy, but with crisp green apples, fresh peach and guava notes tied to a vein of bright acidity. Slightly weighty and creamy on the finish, with some almond, and very dry. Interesting and pretty tasty.