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Riesling Chehalem Mountains Corral Creek 2008

Editorial Review by Gregory Dal Piaz:

Smoky quartz tones on the nose over a gentle floral character all floating above the core of white peach and lime fruits. On entry this seems a bit flat but quickly gains focus and has a deceptive richness built on a spicy, mineral character. The core of fruit is built around fine citrus notes with a touch of exotic blueberry adding some complexity. Finishes with fine acid cut and a nice firmness. 91pts

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Editorial Reviews for Riesling Chehalem Mountains Corral Creek

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065212,952
4.50 5
09/10/2010

Smoky quartz tones on the nose over a gentle floral character all floating above the core of white peach and lime fruits. On entry this seems a bit flat but quickly gains focus and has a deceptive richness built on a spicy, mineral character. The core of fruit is built around fine citrus notes with a touch of exotic blueberry adding some complexity. Finishes with fine acid cut and a nice firmness. 91pts




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