In terms of color, you could almost think that you have a Riesling or Chardonnay in the Premium Snifter. Very few legs move very slowly down the glass wall.
When you smell it in for the first time, a nice, balanced, acidic, sweet bouquet of light fruits, such as ripe green apples and pears and wildflower honey.
After the first sip, the fruit ripens in the nose and the sweetness also gets more depth. Maybe mixed with some vanilla. Some grain is now also mixing.
Creamy mouthfeel. Slight sweetness at the beginning, together with the fruit influences from the nose. Then peppery, ginger, nice and spicy. But not too intensely. The thing continues to be nicely balanced. Malty towards the end.
Peppery it goes into the finish. Slightly bitter at the end, a little hazelnut or almond skin. Medium length finish which then turns into a little oak.