Bright and lifted on the nose, this bears aromas of lemon peel, green apple and white peach, with accents of honeyed nut and wilted rose. The flavors mirror the aromas, showing very good concentration and lively acidity. The medium-long finish is zesty, warm and fresh.
Waxy floral and lemon skin notes are elegantly subdued on this concentrated semidry Riesling. Juicy on the palate with abundant peach preserve flavors, it finishes moderately long with on a slightly drying, tea inflected note.
Holiday spice aromas are interesting enough, although heavy cream and brown, stemmy notes are a bit odd. Takes a turn for the better with flavors of dark berry, cherry and allspice. Sour cherries mark the finish.
Floral, spicy and sweet on the nose, and with a straightforward, refreshing blend of typical Riesling flavors, this wine is dependable and pretty, and will pair well with spicy Asian and Indian cuisine. A touch sweet but clean.
This is a pretty, poised wine with aromas of citrus, flowers and apricot, offering a combination of refreshing and voluptuous flavors. A good balance of minerality and fruit adds to the elegance of the wine. Friendly and good with soft cheeses, Asian cuisine.
An elegant surprise from Michigan, this sparkling Riesling starts with fresh apple and pear aromas and leads into balanced layers of fruit and creamy toast. Aromatic and a touch sweet, it finishes dry and snappy. A fun find.
Slightly dusty, but piquant aromas of freshly pressed apple cider are pleasant in this fairly dry Michigan Riesling. Bright, appley flavors make for easy drinking, but finish with just the right hint of bitter lemon and lime pith.
While floral notes waver a bit chemically on the nose, the palate on this Michigan Riesling is nicely concentrated, with abundant fresh apple and citrus flavors. Just slightly off-dry in style, it finishes sprightly with cut and focus.