The late-harvest Riesling is sweet and crisp, just like the autumn air. After all the grapes in our vineyards are picked, we come back to the Riesling vines and start cultivating this white grape when it’s cold outside, well past the normal picking time.
Because the grape is on the vine for the spring, summer and the fall, the over-ripe grape gets an intense flavor and bold fruitiness. It has an Ice Wine character; a little more time on the vine and it would become a doubly more expensive Ice Wine.
Most white wines pair well with fish or pork, but because of its balance of sugar and acidity, our golden-hued Riesling can stand up to the stronger spices in Asian or Mexican foods, as well.
The aromas are deep and rich in fruit and flowers.