Intensely tropical on the nose and palate, this off-dry Riesling shines with notes of juicy melon, papaya and peach candy, with a hint of white, waxy flower for extra flair. Brisk acidity keeps all that fruity sweetness in check, leading to a sleek, steely finish.
External Reviews for Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards Riesling Finger Lakes
A perfect companion to the fall harvest season, this easy-drinking Riesling is evocative of candied apples and warm apple pie spice. There's not a lot of complexity, but it's light and fresh in the mouth with a puckery lime and sour patch candy finish.
A friendly, open-knit style, with apple, fennel and fig notes that linger on the slightly broad finish.
Juicy and direct, with good McIntosh apple, ginger and cardamom notes. Features an open-knit finish. Drink now.
This Riesling starts with aromas of orange, peach and lemon, and on the palate, rich fruit and citric flavors unfold. Simply good, and pretty, this wine makes for a good, chilled solo dip on the patio.
A perfect companion to the fall harvest season, this easy-drinking Riesling is evocative of candied apples and warm apple pie spice. Therersquo;s not a lot of complexity, but itrsquo;s light and fresh in the mouth with a puckery lime and sour patch candy finish.
Made in the classic Finger Lakes Riesling style, offering a nose of honey and ripe peaches with full fruit in the mouth, balanced by sheer acidity.
Juicy, with apple, fig, fennel and spice notes. Medium-bodied, with a hint of sweetness and good length on the finish. Nicely done.
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|Alcohol: 11.4%||pH: 3.2|
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