2015 Moscato, Vino ~ Columbia Valley, Washington
Elderberry blossom and wisteria perfume rises from the glass leading to a mouthful of apricot, orange blossom, honeysuckle, boysenberry and ripe peach. This one is for the table, porch or picnic.
Pair with spicy Asian takeout or Mexican dishes.
- Bottle: 30
2015 Gundlach Bundschu, Gewurztraminer ~ Sonoma Coast, California
Alluring aromas of ripe pears, tropical fruit, peach blossoms, and zesty lemon complement the 2015 vintage’s mouth-filling and rounded texture. A beautiful expression of 158 years of Gewürztraminer expertise, this pairs with everything from Asian cuisine, to Thanksgiving turkey, to a sunny afternoon.
- Bottle: 30
2014 Mad Furmint
Ever so slightly off dry in style, this orange blossom and elderflower tinged white is rich, yet not overpoweringly so, and displays a terrific mineral character gained from the unique soils of the region. If you're looking for a white to go with roast pork then look no further.
- Bottle: 32
2015 Gewurztraminer, Dopff & Irion ~ Alsace, France
Aromatic notions of baked apple tart abound on the nose. The palate follows this with appetizing freshness, a mellow note suggesting ripe Red Delicious apples with a dash of kirsch. It's an unusual Gewurztraminer with a very warm finish.
- Bottle: 46
2014 Inniskillin Riesling ~ Noagara Peninsula, Canada
This Riesling Icewine shows the elegance of tropical aromas and flavours of lemon and lime. The good acidity of Riesling allows for a refreshing mouth feel amid the many layers of flavours that unfold. Abundant aromatics of lemon, lime, peach and hint of spice integrate well with the rich concentrated flavours of apricot and fresh oranges.
Pair with Seared scallops with apple celery slaw; rich creamy cheeses with peach chutney; crostini with goat cheese and a sprinkle of lemon zest; firm aged cheddar; lemon based custards and tarts.
- Bottle: 125
2014 Inniskillin Vidal Pearl ~ Noagara Peninsula, Canada
Intense aromatics of mango, apricot and honey beautifully integrated with avous of peach and candied brown sugar. This wine is all held together by crisp bold acidity.
- Bottle: 125
2010 Late Harvest White Blend, Dolce ~ Napa Valley, California
When it comes to late harvest wines in America, Dolce stands at the pinnacle: a honeyed wine, ripe with aromas of apricot and orange rind, capable of aging and evolving for years to come. Dolce starts in the vineyard, when just the right elements--nature, craftsmanship and a little luck--come together to produce a wine that is truly a triumph over adversity.
- Bottle: 138