A pal brought me this Unibroue seasonal after a jaunt to Quebec - you know, Quebec...that part of the country over 200 km away from here that would unleash sure destruction of the very fabric of Ontario's cultural identity were its seasonal fruit ales, among other things, released upon hapless Ontarians.
Many BAers do not approve - a full 29% being against it. My notes have it as a peachy-pinky-straw cloudy ale under a white rim giving off a clean acidic and somewhat generically fruity aroma. When you get into it it is quite effervescent and lightly cider-ish, crisp and well-balanced with light (ie not exactly bold) berry fruit and malt. Raspberry? Incidental in a way. Vineous with a sort of a watery drying finish. I could trick myself into thinking I was drinking a Spanish sparkling wine and not necessarily a very good one. Creamy yeast wraps it all well, though. Nothing to add from the brewery's drastically out of date website.