Long Shadows Vintners

Poet's Leap Columbia Valley Riesling

9.018 ratings
9.11 pro ratings
Columbia Valley, Oregon/Washington, USA
Riesling
Pork, Squash & Root Vegetables, Chili & Hot Spicy, White Fish, Fruit Desserts, Meaty & Oily Fish, Duck, Goat & Feta Cheese, Blue Cheese
Top Notes For
Shay A
9.1

A wonderful tasting put on by Classic Wine Storage featuring Long Shadows Winery. If you aren’t familiar with these wines, they are phenomenal WA state wines that are made by the likes of Randy Dunn, Phillipe Melka, Michel Rolland, John DuVall, and more.

Supposedly this is the number one Riesling in WA state. Dry style. Petrol on the nose. Honey, apricot, bright acidity with a slate finish.

A wonderful tasting put on by Classic Wine Storage featuring Long Shadows Winery. If you aren’t familiar with these wines, they are phenomenal WA state wines that are made by the likes of Randy Dunn, Phillipe Melka, Michel Rolland, John DuVall, and more.

Supposedly this is the number one Riesling in WA state. Dry style. Petrol on the nose. Honey, apricot, bright acidity with a slate finish.

Aug 24th, 2018
Martin Sher

This. All summer long.

This. All summer long.

Jun 30th, 2019
Lisa Reynolds

Very nice

Very nice

Feb 22nd, 2019
Joe Roth

Nice dry Riesling. Aromas of pear. Easy drinking

Nice dry Riesling. Aromas of pear. Easy drinking

Oct 7th, 2018
Flora Bokma

Pleasant and not overly sweet. Great with simply prepared tilapia.

Pleasant and not overly sweet. Great with simply prepared tilapia.

May 2nd, 2018
Rachel S

Not overly sweet with more depth than expected

Not overly sweet with more depth than expected

Mar 23rd, 2018
patrick lorian

Although still enjoyable, this vintage came across as a bit “simpler” than previous vintages. All the classic Riesling trademarks were there, but just not as pronounced as years past. I’d buy 2017 again, but not at $20... usually a top notch wine.

Although still enjoyable, this vintage came across as a bit “simpler” than previous vintages. All the classic Riesling trademarks were there, but just not as pronounced as years past. I’d buy 2017 again, but not at $20... usually a top notch wine.

Jul 1st, 2018
Greg Giere

Greg had this 2 years ago

Greg had this 2 years ago

Nov 23rd, 2018
Harold Duverge

Harold had this 2 months ago

Harold had this 2 months ago

Feb 13th, 2021
Ryan Stark

Ryan had this 2 years ago

Ryan had this 2 years ago

May 28th, 2019