We fell in love with this white on a recent trip to the island of Mallorca and have brought it back to share with our customers! This is a great alternative to Chardonnay but still full-bodied that California wine lovers will appreciate. Bright yellow-gold. Pungent aromas of orange peel, honey and smoky minerals, with a powerful floral overtone. Lush and glyceral, with honeyed orchard and pit fruit flavors brightened by juicy acidity. Shows impressive depth as well as vivacity, finishing with excellent cling, a touch of honey and strong, stony persistence. This exotic wine reminds us of a top-notch dry pinot gris from Alsace. Robert Parker: "Coming from Mallorca, one of the four Balearic Islands, Binigrau’s 2012 Nounat was made from a curious blend of 60% Prensal (aged in concrete) and 40% Chardonnay (aged in Burgundy barrels). It exhibits notes of orange marmalade, citrus blossoms and oil, fresh acidity and tangerine notes in the mouth. Medium to full-bodied and intense, it tastes like a lightweight white Burgundy made in the black soils of Mallorca. Drink it over the next 2-3 years."