Made in an Alsace, France style, this DRY Riesling shows the unique Dixon, NM terroir. Distinctive.
Suggested aromas: Mineral aspects, citrus zest & floral notes with ripe stone fruit on the palate & firm acidity. A truly DRY Riesling.
Blend: 50% Riesling from 1725 Vineyard, 38% Riesling from NMV, 6% Malvasia, 6% Abbott White
Fermentation: Slow, eleven-day fermentation
Time aging in oak: None
Finish Alcohol: 12.0%
Acid/pH: 3.13 pH
Production: 330 cases
Age-ability: Two years
Best time to drink: Drinking great now & will continue until the summer of 2020
FOOD PAIRING: Hard cheeses, fish or creamy chicken dishes such as chicken fettuccine.
Rated 89 Pts by James Suckling of Wine Spectator
Gold Medal Awarded from San Francisco Chronicle International Wine Competition.