Shows a nice, Alsatian-style balance between off-dry and dry, with crisp acidity framing citrus, pear, vanilla and candied ginger flavors. Clean and zesty, it’s a fine cocktail sipper.
A dry wine with a pretty copper color and delicate aromas of rasberries and cherries. Tartly elegant, this is a crisp wine that's a little rough, yet flatters with it's clean, yeasty finish.
This intensely extracted wine came off more like Port than Pinot to our tasters. Which isn’t to say that it lacks appeal. It opens with smoked meat, spice cake and grilled nut aromas. Fat blackberry-plum flavors, a plush, low-acid mouthfeel and a full tannic finish complete the Port profile. It’s tasty if overblown, and not what most people expect. Probably best…