This was advertised as pretty much a Grand Cru Riesling and my expectations were high. Had this yesterday and was a bit disappointed, but today some of the apparent acidity dissipated and allows some of the typical underlying Alsatian Riesling notes to come through. In the $30s I paid for this it is a good but not a spectacular QPR. List price? Not worth it. Much better Alsatian Rieslings out there — 4 months ago
Loved this love! Crisp and fruity. Would love to drink it again — 4 years ago
Great for drinking every day, smooth and would pair well with many dishes or no food.
— 5 months ago
Raspberries, cherries, and blueberries. Nice acidity and smooth tannins. — 4 years ago
Medium–light bodied. Stewed cherries, roasted bell pepper, brambly, cedar, a little earthy, mineral, cocoa. From Main Street Wine and Gourmet, Orleans. 01/24/21 — 6 months ago