Whiffs of juicy melon and yellow peach brighten darker notes of potpourri and aged honey on this very pleasant late-harvest Riesling. Quite hefty on the palate with hints of dusty minerals and a sharp, clean acidity.
Voluptuously full on the palate, this succulent off-dry Gewürz seems to burst on the palate with sweet pink-grapefruit juice and lychee fruit flavors. A hint of bitter grapefruit pith and a spray of citrusy acidity adds balance and elegance.
High-toned apple scents combine with a tangy, underripe tangerine note on this fairly dry, yet surprisingly honeyed Riesling. The midpalate feels a tad hollow, but the clean finish is refreshing.
Pretty and perfumed with green florals accented with fennel and lemon peel notes, this semisweet Riesling has a bit of sugary sweetness on the midpalate, but finishes clean with a refreshingly citrusy acidity.
There’s a slightly dusty, grassy element to this understated Sauvignon Blanc, but the palate is nicely concentrated, with abundant yellow-peach and tangerine flavors. The lemonade-like acidity is brisk and refreshing. Drink now.
Upon opening, this wine showed some funky low tones that blew off after a while to reveal an unusual mix of aromas, including cotton candy, stewed prunes and fresh nuts. The light-to-medium-bodied palate is more classic, with razor-like acidity and raspberry and cherry flavors. Delicious cherry-berry finish. Try with beef stew. Drink now.
French oak aging makes this rich and creamy with loads of buttery, salted popcorn, toast and vanilla. Dry and full bodied with a luscious mouthfeel, there’s a bright, grassy gooseberry note hiding behind all of the oaky richness that could use a bit more attention.
Aromas of white fruits and peach are followed by a delicate combination of peach and citrus in this friendly Sauvignon Blanc. A simple, straightforward white with everyday drinking and food-pairing appeal.