The nose is light, like fresh air after a spring rainshower. Most prominently, the nose is peach with flower blossom notes. We’ve also noticed pineapple and pink lemonade. The taste is superb, with the flavors cascading over the tongue. Ballet has a long, balanced finish, and is the favorite white of many of our staff. Winemaker’s notes: Ballet is a semi-sweet white wine made primarily with La Crescent grapes.
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