The winery's website lists this at $18 and this is a half bottle.
Peach and some floral notes on the nose. On first pour, there was an odd, almost turpentine quality but it blew off after an hour or so. Still....strange.
No turpentine here - peach, pear, nectarine, apricot, orange blossom, and apple liqueur all blend together on the palate. By all means, this is a dessert wine - it's quite sweet - but there's also a huge amount of acid which give this a very interesting balance.
Orange blossom, peach, chamomile, and apricot linger for an impressive length - the floral notes linger for almost a minute.
Tasty overall with very nice depth - I enjoy this quite a bit.