De Auras = 8/10
The nose is oddly sweet of oak barrel, horse blanket and Gewürztraminer. As expected it is tart, medium acidic with a hint of dry tannins. Each sip reminds me of a white wine. Except this wine has been steeped in horseblankets, light pit fruits, oak and a sweet acidity. Yum. Think of this as an imperial Berliner Weisse.
Alcohol Content +1 6.5%
Appearance +1 (great label art)
Glassware: Something tulip in shape.
Food Pairings: Pair with sours is hard but not impossible. I'm thinking of an arugula salad with young goat cheese and a tart vinaigrette. This could also blend in nicely with a sweet and sour Chinese dish.
Cellar: Aging this one is a crap shoot. The malt base is not very complex, but could be fun to see what the yeast does over time.