Here’s a real success in a variety that’s always struggling for acceptance. If more Rieslings were like this, more Americans would drink it. Very dry, as the name states, and crisp, it has complex, subtle flavors of citrus fruits, apricots and pine needles. Try as an alternative to Sauvignon Blanc.
This is a very rich, flavorful wine, brimming with ripe pineapples, peaches, nectarines, honeysuckle and vanilla. It’s fortunately balanced with crisp acidity, which makes the richness finish clean.
Fruity and easy, this soft wine has sweet flavors of apricots and caramel. Valdiguié, formerly known as Napa Gamay, is a red grape, and that accounts for the note of crushed raspberries.