External Reviews for Lamoreaux Landing Riesling
Juicy, with a flattering, off-dry feel to the anise, McIntosh apple and pear notes. Drink now.
A classic Lamoreaux Riesling, full of intense Riesling character with its stunning pear, pineapple and peach flavor profile. A beautifully balanced, slightly sweet wine, it stands very well on its own, but is also very food-friendly. Try with salty foods, especially cheeses and foods with some sweetness, such as fruit. Also good with spicy cuisine.
Off-dry, but with excellent focus to the fig, Jonagold apple and brioche notes that all push nicely through the medium-weight finish. A twinge of minerality keeps it all fresh and driven. Delicious.
Bitter lime peel and an elegant steeliness give structure to the sweet, fresh apples that dominate this off-dry style Riesling. Bright lemon-lime acidity leads to a mouthwatering pucker on the finish.
Vibrant aromas and flavors of apricots and peaches in this wine are enhanced by just the right balance of sweetness and acidity. This Riesling is the perfect complement for many types of spicy cuisines.
Pale gold color. Full acidity. Moderately extracted. Sweet citrus, minerals. Crisp aromas lead a high-toned palate with tingling acidity and a solid minerally backbone. This is well structured and should develop more character with some bottle age.
This leads with a broad, clean scent, accents of caramel and turbinado sugar adorning ripe pear; the flavors are generous and round, with good body, and shored up by bright acidity.
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