2011 Public House White Wine

SKU #1141931

If you're on a tight budget, but don't want to compromise on quality, this old vine Riesling-based white is a must-try. With small additions of Pinot Blanc and Gewurztraminer added for weight and complexity, this affordable, food-friendly white will knock your socks off. The fruit comes from the Illinois Valley, where there is a foot of alluvial deposits over three feet of clay with a bit of nickel. The soils give the wine weight and its distinctive minerality.

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Staff Image By: Sarah Covey | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 12/1/2013 | Send Email
Old vine riesling, gerwurtztraminer and pinot gris? Sign me up! This lovely, quaffable white actually tastes and smells like riesling, which for me personally, is crucial when selecting a riesling that comes from anywhere outside of Germany. Bright citrus notes, slate, mineral, stone fruit with refreshingly zippy acidity, with a teeeeeeeny hint of sweetness. At the staff tasting where we were introduced to this wine, I think every staff memeber left the room and immediately bought half a case. Hooray!
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