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Creative Loafing Tampa - September 1, 2011
Wines that will help you melt away the heat... It's always fun to see people turn their noses up at Riesling and then watch their eyes light up after they try that first sip. Round these parts we tend to like blackened grouper "sammiches," and there's really nothing better than a glass of this Riesling to balance out the blackened flavors and allow you to enjoy the large flakes and firm texture of the fish.
90 points The Wine Advocate - August 31, 2011
The 2010 Riesling Cold Creek Vineyard sports an alluring nose of stony minerals, spring flowers, citrus, and spice notes. Rich and flavorful on the palate, it exhibits some tropical flavors in its Spatlese-like personality. The wine's sweetness is nicely framed by the vintage's acidity.
“Excellent” Washington Wine Report - August 30, 2011
Aromatic and full of ultra ripe peaches - the kind that melt in your mouth - along with key lime and white flowers. Off-dry with fruit that carries seamlessly across the palate followed by a long finish.
The Patriot-News - August 24, 2011
“Recommended Summer Sipper” WineSpectator.com - August 5, 2011
Silky, with a light sweetness to the pear and apple flavors, hinting at talcum as the deft, tangy finish lingers.