- My Rating: D-
Peach Apricot Table Wine (Non-vintage) – Wellbrook Winery, 11% ABV – 750 ml., (Delta, BC, Canada) (*local BC fruit wine*)
- Style: (Fruit – Peach-Apricot) Fruit Wine
- Taste: dull acidic tangy sour muddly apricot weak peach apple juice exhale.
- Where I got it : @Winery
- How much: $14 (after 5% off) – 750 ml., November 2014
- Do I love this enough to drink it again: no
- Would I recommend this to dessert wine aficionados: no way
Visual: Synthetic cork. Pours pale apple juice yellow with barely visible micro suspended sediment, large bubbles hugging the glass, no activity.
Nose: apricot-peachy, semi-bright and clean. (lvl-5)-pungency
Attack: barely tingly, fruity off-dry impression
Mid-palate: big acidic, soft sour-tangy, (lvl-2-sweetness), dull muddly apricot, mild peach
Finish: stone fruit exhale, rough dry palate, apple juice exhale
Summary: This is the first table fruit wine I’m trying and it’s definitely not up to par with their fortified fruit wines that I’ve previously reviewed. While their fortified fruit wines have depth and structure, this one tastes dull, thin, and leaves the palate dry and rough. Peach should be bright and engaging whist apricot should have a stone fruit luscious body – neither of which are present in here. Barely drinkable and not recommended.