This is a “white” wine from Hungary in the $35-$40 price range in the U.S. (Less in central Europe.) It pours the color and cloudiness of apple cider. At its best just below cellar temperature. This shows apple, Asian pear, and peach fuzz on the nose but also with a certain limestone-like salinity. Transfer to the palate is relatively seamless with lots of minerals coming forth. Almost surprising how much pear (and peach and apple) *skin* is on the palate as opposed to juice flavors. There may be the slightest hint of something savory as well. The finish is long and virtually entirely apple/pear/peach skin with limestone and just a hint of chalk.
If I didn’t know better I would have guessed Slovenian Malvasia, though there is a slight reminiscence of a Dettori Bianco (Vermentino from Sardinia) as well.
Consumed with leftovers like Brussels sprouts with bacon, some Boursin, mashed potatoes with gravy, and of course, bird. Went well with it all. @ $35/bottle worth a pickup from K&L if your palate does align with eclectic Italians, Slovenians, etc.