Adirondack Winery Riesling NV

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Our delicate, dry Riesling is zesty and fresh, with aromas of apricot and peach and nutty tones.

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  • SN: 78

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Not much going on the nose here though with air some subtle notes of mineral water and white pepper do emerge. Then, a roasted chestnut type of aro... Read more

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Editorial Reviews for Adirondack Winery Riesling

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065196,339
0.00 5
07/16/2012

Not much going on the nose here though with air some subtle notes of mineral water and white pepper do emerge. Then, a roasted chestnut type of aromatic sweetness appears. In the mouth, this is more roasted chestnut with its earthy sweetness than overly fruity, though there are flashes of roasted peach as well. Plenty of acidity lends a lightly lemony accent to the flavors and helps create some appealing tension in the mouth, but the finish is where things fall apart as the acidity turns shrill and uncovered. 78pts


User Reviews for Adirondack Winery Riesling

Winemaker's Notes:

AWARDS: Bronze Medal, 2010 Int'l Eastern Wine Competition. Bronze Medal ("Recommended") at the 2009 World Value Wine Challenge. The judges described our Riesling as having a "Brilliant old gold hue with a honeyed overtone. A lush entry leads a rounded, moderately full-bodied palate. Viscous texture. Maturing flavors mark the finish. Interesting. Drink up."

Tasting Notes:

Our delicate, dry Riesling is zesty and fresh, with aromas of apricot and peach and nutty tones.

AWARDS: Bronze Medal, 2010 Int'l Eastern Wine Competition. Bronze Medal ("Recommended") at the 2009 World Value Wine Challenge. The judges described our Riesling as having a "Brilliant old gold hue with a honeyed overtone. A lush entry leads a rounded, moderately full-bodied palate. Viscous texture. Maturing flavors mark the finish. Interesting. Drink up."

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Alcohol: 13%

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