Market White

Maker: St. Julian, Paw Paw, Michigan, USA.wpid-2015-09-09-19.11.10.jpg.jpeg

Made for Westborn Market, Dearborn, Michigan, USA

Grapes: Unknown “proprietary blend”.

Place of origin: Michigan

ABV: 9%

Price: $8 (only available at Westborn Market supermarkets)

Appearance: Pale straw.

Nose: Grapefruit, pineapple, mandarin orange, lemon thyme.

Palate: Medium sweet and medium bodied. Orange juice from concentrate, melon, white grape juice, pinch of sage.

Finish: Sweet and long lasting with herbs on the back end.

Parting words: The bottle describes this wine as a “white table wine” and it delivers on that promise. It tastes like there’s some Riesling and Vidal Blanc in the mix along with a few others. Market White is good with food and fairly refreshing on its own. It’s more complex than I expected, but too sweet to be a go-to white table wine for me. The price is very good, though. If you like your white table wine a little on the sweet side, then check this one out. Market White is recommended.

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