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Fetzer Riesling California Valley Oaks 2007

Member Review by Jen423:

Not bad! I like merlots best but for a Riesling, which is typically sweeter (at least to me), I did like this. Especially because it's cheap and actually pretty tasty. Nice to just sit and drink. Not pricey, so easy to drink a couple glasses and not feel like you drank your paycheck away.

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Fetzer Vineyards:
Fetzer Vineyards was founded in 1968 in beautiful Mendocino County by Barney and Kathleen Fetzer.  One of the first California wineries to branch out into serious Chardonnay production, Fetzer remains committed to sustainability and environmentally conscious wine production.  Dennis Martin oversees all wine-making at Fetzer and is assisted by Charlie Gilmore and Michael Chupp, who are in charge of white wine making and red wine making respectively.

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Snooth User: Jen423
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3.00 5
06/22/2009

Not bad! I like merlots best but for a Riesling, which is typically sweeter (at least to me), I did like this. Especially because it's cheap and actually pretty tasty. Nice to just sit and drink. Not pricey, so easy to drink a couple glasses and not feel like you drank your paycheck away.


Snooth User: JustGrif
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5.00 5
06/10/2009

Five glasses


External Reviews for Fetzer Riesling California Valley Oaks

External Review
Source: Shop Wine Direct
01/17/2009

Wine Tasting NotesBright apricots, apples, peaches - theres a bushel basket of flavors and aromas in every glass. The wine is delicate, yet full and pairs wonderfully well with spicy Thai or Asian foods, as well as traditional holiday foods like baked ham or turkey. Theres dried fruit and zesty lemon on the nose, with notes of lavender, jasmine and rose petal. As you taste, the crisp acid balances nicely in a well structured wine that offers peaches, pineapple and pear in a smooth, rich, mellow finish. Slightly sweet, but barely noticeable with the fruit-forward flavors.


External Review
Source: The Wine Buyer
01/15/2009

Bright apricots, apples, peaches - there's a bushel basket of flavors and aromas in every glass. The wine is delicate, yet full and pairs wonderfully well with spicy Thai or Asian foods, as well as traditional holiday foods like baked ham or turkey. There's dried fruit and zesty lemon on the nose, with notes of lavender, jasmine and rose petal. As you taste, the crisp acid balances nicely in a well structured wine that offers peaches, pineapple and pear in a smooth, rich, mellow finish. Slightly sweet, but barely noticeable with the fruit-forward flavors.




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