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TASTING NOTE

Linge Wit IJsbreker 2019

dessert, white wine

Our rating

6 /10
This dessert wine is made in a way that attempts to mimic the production of ice-wine within The Netherlands by cryoextraction (cooling the grapes to below freezing before pressing them). The nose of this wine is very modest but the flavors are more pronounced. We taste citrus fruit, lemon zest, pear, yellow apple and pineapple. It is a sweet wine, but a bit too light to be considered a ‘typical’ dessert wine. It has a lot of sweetness but misses some depth that would have made this wine more interesting. This could partially be ascribed to the low level of alcohol.
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€ 10 – 15
Betuws Wijndomein
Gelderland
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Detailed Tasting Notes

Wine tasting: 1 Dec 2020
Appearance
A clear, lemon-green colored wine with pale color intensity.
Nose
The wine has a clean nose with youthful development and light aroma intensity. The nose is very modest and shows notes of green fruit, brioche, nectarine and honey.
Palate
The wine has medium sweetness, a low level of alcohol and medium acidity. It has a medium flavor intensity and has a medium- body. We taste flavors of citrus fruit, lemon zest, pear, yellow apple and pineapple.
Quality Assessment
The wine is of acceptable quality. It is a nice, rather one-dimensional wine. It has a lot of sweetness but misses some depth that would have made it more interesting. This could partially be ascribed to the low level of alcohol. This is a sweet wine, but not a ‘typical’ dessert wine as it is a bit too light for that.
Disclaimer: this wine was sponsored by Betuws Wijndomein

Linge Wit IJsbreker 2019

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Betuws Wijndomein
€ 10 – 15
Gelderland
Created by potrace 1.16, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2019
6
This dessert wine is made in a way that attempts to mimic the production of ice-wine within The Netherlands by cryoextraction (cooling the grapes to below freezing before pressing them). The nose of this wine is very modest but the flavors are more pronounced. We taste citrus fruit, lemon zest, pear, yellow apple and pineapple. It is a sweet wine, but a bit too light to be considered a ‘typical’ dessert wine. It has a lot of sweetness but misses some depth that would have made this wine more interesting. This could partially be ascribed to the low level of alcohol.

Detailed Tasting Notes

Wine tasting: 1 Dec 2020
Appearance
A clear, lemon-green colored wine with pale color intensity.
Nose
The wine has a clean nose with youthful development and light aroma intensity. The nose is very modest and shows notes of green fruit, brioche, nectarine and honey.
Palate
The wine has medium sweetness, a low level of alcohol and medium acidity. It has a medium flavor intensity and has a medium- body. We taste flavors of citrus fruit, lemon zest, pear, yellow apple and pineapple.
Quality Assessment
The wine is of acceptable quality. It is a nice, rather one-dimensional wine. It has a lot of sweetness but misses some depth that would have made it more interesting. This could partially be ascribed to the low level of alcohol. This is a sweet wine, but not a ‘typical’ dessert wine as it is a bit too light for that.
Disclaimer: this wine was sponsored by Betuws Wijndomein

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