When you think of wine you don’t think of wine from Puget Sound. At least not yet. But this Siegerrebe (widely planted in Germany) is from one of the newest frontiers in American winemaking. It offers excellent acidity and a very slight fizz leads into a wine that is unique, mimicking both chardonnay, sauvignon blanc and pinot grigio, but defining its own style. There is defined lemon verbena and lime notes but they are subtle, supported by apricot, white peach, guava, and lychee. ORIGIN: Puget Sound, Washington. ALCOHOL: 12%

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