This elegant Riesling smells beautifully of honey, fresh apples and petrol. Dry and austere, but not the least bit bony in style, its refreshing lime juice palate and saline finish would pair wonderfully with sashimi or raw oysters.
Pleasantly savory on the nose with fresh apple scents draped in smoke and lightly toasted wood, this Ontario Viognier would be a perfect companion for grilled fish or fowl on a warm summer evening. Dry and medium bodied with a nicely integrated palate of fresh pineapple and apple flavors, it’s an elegant wine flecked with smoke and a brisk, lemony acidity. Drink now.
Aromas of fresh figs, strawberries and dark flowers add mystery and unusual dimension to this wine. Tangy on the palate, with notes of underripe stonefruit and vibrant lime-inflected acidity, it’s a refreshingly different wine that would complement a variety of fowl or creamy cheeses.
Citrus and pear on the nose and palate comprise this friendly Riesling. It’s spicy with a combination of pear, lemon and apple on the palate. Simple but food-friendly. Pair with creamy cheeses or Asian dishes.