Appearance - clear, medium intensity golden hue with a slight greenish tinge.
Nose - clean, developing aromatics with medium intensity, showing some citrus character, very ripe apricot, honeyed and with a flowery touch.
Palate - Sweet, medium acidity and alcohol level with a full body. Flavours have medium plus intensity and are coherent with the nose, with the honeyed character upfront, sprinkled with some lemony notes. The stone fruit and flowery notes show up on the finish with medium plus length.
Conclusions(15,75/20) - Good quality, medium priced (€16), quite ready to drink. Altogether a well made wine, with a rich honeyed character, mouth coating and with good flavour intensity. A step-up when it comes to Portuguese sweet wines. The Gewürztraminer offers the weight and intensity but in my view is stripping away some nice Riesling freshness.