This is an interesting take on Rielsing. Light golden/yellow in color. The nose has an interesting citrus quality with a bit of sea air. On the palate, this is medium bodied. Dry. It is mostly about the minerality/salinity on the palate. Somewhat concentrated. Consumed over three nights, it was at its best on night 2. Not the most expressive Riesling but very enjoyable. It is very food friendly and will work with almost any food. Fired chicken would be a great pairing. Drink now and for at least ten to twelve years.
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