Sémillon Limited Release.
Biltmore Estate Winery, Asheville, North Carolina
Sémillon is not a grape grown in North Carolina, so this fruit was sourced from Northern California.
Pale yellow in color.
Moderate intensity nose of pear, apricot, apple pie, lemon, brie, and honey.
Dry on the palate, medium-light acidity with a full structured mouthfeel.
Smooth and creamy on the tongue, flavors of honeydew melon, pear, dried apricot, grapefruit, and honey, with a medium-lingering finish with hints of grilled jackfruit and vanilla wafers.
$19 a bottle.
Pair with blackened fish, oysters on the half shell, or a low country boil!
JenNis Beverage Marketing score of 89 points.
We love the Biltmore cork with the Biltmore printed on the sides. The cork also features the fancy V for Vanderbilt facing up on the top of the cork. Makes for a really nice presentation.