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Martin Ray Riesling Angeline Mendocino 2005

Member Review by quanta:

very good dry riesling. somewhat fruity dry wine. a nice change from the usual chardonnays and sauvignon blancs for seafood and fish. I had it with sauted shrimp with yellow rice it was a great match.

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Varietal: Riesling
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Martin Ray Winery:
Martin Ray Winery started in Saratoga California in the WW2 era. Martin Ray was a viticulture student of Paul Masson. This location was established in 1881 as the Twin Fir Winery. This historic site is distinguished as the oldest winery in continuous operation in Sonoma County and one of the oldest wineries in California. Some of the old grape crush barns from the original days still exist. If ... Read more
Martin Ray Winery started in Saratoga California in the WW2 era. Martin Ray was a viticulture student of Paul Masson. This location was established in 1881 as the Twin Fir Winery. This historic site is distinguished as the oldest winery in continuous operation in Sonoma County and one of the oldest wineries in California. Some of the old grape crush barns from the original days still exist. If you are offered a tour of the old barns, gleefully accept the invitation. The Martin Ray Winery buildings would make a great movie locale. Check out the dozen old concrete vats. Each vat holds 33,000 gallons! Martin Ray Winery production began here in 2003. 9 varietals and some bulk wine blends are made. The reserve wines are silky smooth, loaded with flavor. Prices are very reasonable for these high quality wines. Read less

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Snooth User: quanta
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3.50 5
03/10/2010

very good dry riesling. somewhat fruity dry wine. a nice change from the usual chardonnays and sauvignon blancs for seafood and fish. I had it with sauted shrimp with yellow rice it was a great match.




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