Not sure about the Elkton part, the back label states “2022 Oregon white table wine”, Lot #001, Ovum Wines, Dundee Oregon. A tasty Riesling-forward blend, good acid, off dry. Still good value and a reliable go to pour. I’d still prefer it drier, but this way there’s more to share — a month ago
$17 at Costco. This was the rioja, 100% tempranillo. Very dry, but good for sipping and with food. — 7 months ago
Tart, slightly effervescent, green apple, flowers and strawberry — a month ago
Like a salty strawberry lemonade. Nice porch pounder. — 6 months ago
Botrytisized beerenauslese one year on the lees in a cement egg. Wow! Like a dry sauternes. — a year ago
Find me a better Gruner from the US of A!
Snuff of white pepper and perfumed tropical fruits. Pineapple incense, kiwi, yellow peaches. Wise old vines spewing concentrated licks.
Ovum nails it every time and even more so with my favorite of the idiosyncratic German grapes. — 3 years ago
It’s Riesling and maybe something else. Proprietary vinification. Personally I prefer the Old Salt to this but it’s worth trying. The label promises blood orange, salty lemon and aloe vera flavors, which is fairly accurate. It’s dry, medium bodied (13.2% alc/vol) and a good drink, but is it a Riesling style you can embrace? Mostly, I can — 5 months ago
2020 Keeper of the Flame — 7 months ago
Delicious — 3 years ago