Snoqualmie Vineyards Riesling Columbia Valley Naked 2008
Very easy sipper. Loads of fruit on this, perhaps a little too much to be considered balanced.
An intense noe of fruit. Apricot, honey, melon, opening later later with slight hints of green apples. The first glass brings about spicy twangs on the midpalate. Nectar, fruity tea, honey, nectar, notes of cinnamon and green apples with hints of more potent and livelier spice with undertones of violets. Leaves you reminiscing of summer with only the slightest hints of peach tea. Only down part is an odd acidity on the back palate. Makes me envision of quickly blossoming flowers cascading through my vision in every color or the sun. With the exception of the odd acidity, this is a very appealing wine and I can say is exceptionally well qualified riesling for anyone's palate.
You really can't get much more out of a wine: easy to drink, tasty, and mostly organic. Let the peaches and apricot refresh you on a balmy summer day.
This was a wonderful treat - lightly sweetened - with peaches coming to mind. I loved this. Very easy to drink - almost too easy. I got this because it was organic - I react to high sulfites. I'm so glad I brought this home!
I tried this wine at Lucca in Boston. I enjoyed it as much or more than my favorite other riesling wines. I was happily surprised at how good it was.
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Dietary Information: Organic
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