Similar to the Durell, but slightly brighter on the palate with cherry liqueur and sandalwood notes...solid. — 9 months ago
A sparkling wine (“champagne”) from Germany, typically used at official government state dinners.
Very light in fragrance of stone fruit. Drinks incredibly smoothly, not as acidic as typical champagne and not sweet like Prosecco. A great balance of both!! — 3 months ago
Quintessential Riesling, light and fruity, a balanced sweetness — 5 months ago
Medium lemon yellow. Subtle nose with notes of lemon, Golden Delicious apple, and pear with hints of honeysuckle. Medium body on the palate with minerality and refreshing acidity. Made from a blend of fruit from multiple SRH vineyards including 40% Rita’s Crown, 30% Bent Rock, 16% Clos Pepe, 10% Zotovich, and 4% Kessler-Haak aged 13 months in 15-20% new French oak. 14.2% ABV. — a year ago
Begs for food! Vibrant and dry. Love it. — 4 months ago
Honey on the nose, almost pure, floral, orange blossom honey. Followed by honey on the palate - sweet but nowhere close to cloying, with this beautiful, saline, mineral back end and fresh but not zingy acidity. Lovely, pretty, rich but lithe wine. — 7 months ago