A hint of white flower brightens the savory notes of fennel, sea breeze and pressed apple on this richly concentrated Riesling. The palate is fresh, dry and zippy, with loads of juicy tangerine, green apple and slightly underripe stone-fruit flavors. It finishes on a note of steely slate and struck flint.
The complex, seductive nose promises a bit more than the palate delivers. Nonetheless, there is good complexity and a moderately long, if somewhat watery, finish. The slight residual sugar will make this a good choice with drier Asian dishes. Drink now.
While redolent of jasmine blossoms and sweet orange marmalade, Hosmer’s dry Riesling is surprisingly austere on the palate with hints of fresh fennel fronds and a gripping lemon acidity. A good match for heavier, savory fare like braised pork belly, it finishes on a pleasantly bitter citrus-pith note.
Charming orange peel fruit opens this dry Riesling that boasts just a bit more heft than usual for the region as well as a lip-smackingly crisp finish. Serve with grilled calamari or octopus.
Just a shade off-dry, Hosmer’s Dry Riesling boasts pleasant fresh apple and pear flavors embellished with a pronounced layer of smoke and spice on the nose and palate. Fresh and clean with a bright, lemony acidity.
Salmon pink with a tinge of copper, this pretty Cab Franc rosé smells sweetly of dark cherry preserves. Juicy and refreshing but with a deep cherry and plum core, it’s the perfect wine for summer entertaining. Drink now.
This is clean, honest juice at a very reasonable price. The nose charms, with aromas of watermelon and berry compote. The palate is straightforward and finishes dry. Try with grilled chicken.