Bodega Garzon 2014 Albariño (Uruguay). $8.99-$14.99, 85 points, poured a coppery gold color.
Aromatic cantaloupe, honeysuckle, and Lychee were nice.
Light-bodied with fair-plus acidity and flavors of tangerine, juniper, and a hint of vanilla were a bit thin, but okay.
Finished on the short side with the trailing palate (dominated by juniper), a hint of white pepper, and a well-balance 12.5% alcohol.
Paired just okay with our Thanksgiving styled Easter dinner (roasted chicken).
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