Agave and citrus rind. Muted flavors that doesn’t have the agave punch typical of 1123. It’s a great blanco, especially for a beginner with blancos, but it’s price makes for a lesser value.
Aroma: Citrus, floral and gentle spice: cinnamon and fennel. Wet limestone and a quick grind of pepper. A faint carbonated scent. More airy and floral than my previous experiences with Cascahuín. Flavor: The aromas under promised. The flavors come in more robust than expected. Prominent pepper presence. Nice oiliness cloaking the palate with a round vanilla almond blend. Citrus follows the aromas. The finish doesn’t evolve much and the finish is of medium duration - with pepper being the principle component. I have to make note of the pricing on this 269 ml bottle (about 9 ounces). $850 pesos or roughly $43 usd.
Notably Cascahuin, but lighter and with a short finish. I think it would be ideal for people that don’t like as much the funk from Cascahuin products (which I love). While good, I would pick other releases from 1123 before this (especially for the value).
En Olfato es picante, pimienta, hierba fresca mineral, flor de azhar. En Boca confirma los aromas pero además es tremendamente fresco, deliciosamente mineral, maravillosamente balanceado.