The Good Stuff
The flavors are simple but still satisfying and balanced. Not an overly sweet wine.
This Riesling has a good amount of acidity on the finish.
The Bad Stuff
Many customers say that it’s not a luxury Riesling, but for the price it’s the best one they’ve had.
If you love white wines, give this one a try and let us know what you think!
“This wine is immediate in its appeal with aromas of lime leaf, flowers and peach. It drinks off dry with a zing of acidity that beautifully frames the full-fruit flavors.” – Sean Sullivan
“I really enjoy wines from this vineyard. So far Chateau Ste. Michelle hasn’t done me wrong and their Reisling is no exception. Nice light fruit flavors with a medium mouthfeel that keeps it from just feeling like water without have a lingering sensation on your tongue. Instead you get a nice taste of the apple and mineral flavors which then just leave, making it an exceptionally refreshing wine to drink and able to pair with a lot of foods. I tried it with a salmon filet with lemon juice and some jalapeño salt, fresh green beans with some water chesnuts and a little white cooking wine.” – Derek Bryant