Dry red-berry fruit, wood and cinnamon-clove aromas carry just a tinge of chalk-powder notes. The palate shows bright but simple blueberry, cherry and red berry fruit drizzled with a bit of caramel. It may be a bit sweet, but it has a soft mouthfeel, a pleasing price tag and a chocolate-mineral finish.
Crisp acidity gives this off-dry Riesling just the edge of tartness it needs to balance out the sweet citrus and flower flavors. It’s the perfect inexpensive summer picnic white wine.
Starts with rustic, earthy-berry aromas with some green notes, then turns simple and lightly fruity in the mouth. Soft acids and dry tannins help this wine finish clean and scouring.