Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Rosewood Estates 2007 Riesling Reserve - $25.00

With spring in full swing its time to look at those refreshing whites that'll quench the palate in the heat. There will be plenty of good ones to come from the '08 vintage, but let's taste a reserve one from 2007 before we move on.

I am thrilled to announce that as of February 24, 2009, each Podcast has its own unique player - so you can listen to whichever Podcast you want to. So without further ado I will leave you with this week's Podcast, or if you decide not to check out the new format you can read the tasting notes.

Tasting Notes: This Riesling is deemed a Reserve because it is made with heavily-thinned estate fruit, as little as one cluster per vine … the nose is heavenly, with sweet peach and apple notes. The palate shows poise with balancing acidity, a hint of petrol and lovely peach and melon fruit. Price: $25.00 – Rating: ****

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