Fascinating pale gold straw color.
A cidery in the nose. Pears, fresh cut cold apple slices, peaches, slight essence of cardamom.
What a refreshing quality of effervescence to add to a tart, mineral, and blade of grass of a wine.
This is just fun, and reinvents this varietal for lovers of Riesling.
Always see the producer around and Simply Wine just added new bottles to their collection, subbing this slot in for Scribe (which is good, known, and kill the branding game, but not always best value).
Plus we got Finger Lakes in the house, which always feels great to support the local-ish wine scene.
Welcome addition. — 23 days ago
Distinctly floral up front that transforms into apples and minerals. Moderately dry and complex by new world Riesling standards. — 14 days ago
Dry but light, humble and gentle notes. Easy Pinot noir — 21 days ago
Not normally a big fan of Gewurtz but like this one a lot. More fruity than floral, good backbone and nice finish. Did die a little on day 2. — 4 days ago
Jammy and tart with medium tannins with notes of rhubarb and cinnamon. Paired with tikka masala and stood up to the spice blend. — 11 days ago
Deep, dark cranberry with ripe plum finish. Unique — 17 days ago
Monsoon of an afternoon, side by side pairings on cab francs, this 2011 is aged beautifully, dark, well blended fruits, smooth, pepper on the stay will you finish — 11 days ago
Strange aroma and bouquet but overall a fascinating flavor with notes of herbs and cherry. — 10 days ago