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An absolutely delicious wine. Combines the fragrant and enticing aromatics and luscious mouthfeel of a well made Gewurztraminer with a tart and refreshing acidity comparable to a quality Riesling. Overall creates a well balanced, lucious and fairly complex wine that lingers. The price can't be beat either ($16.95 in lcbo). Presented blind at an old world tasting this wine was absolutely the talk of the night among all present.
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Highly aromatic and inviting nose of honeysuckle, elderflower, floral and white peach aromas with very nice, pleasing aroma replays on the palate. Nicely balanced acids lengthy finish. It's sweet and can be enjoyed as an apertif, with spicy dishes or dessert. Tasted May/2015.
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Nose of lychee and rose petals, reminding me of Gewürztraminer. Nice and fruity on the palate with a nice mouthfeel. Mid length finish. A little sweet but went well with curried chicken.
This delicious late-harvest Siegerrebe brilliantly showcases this relatively unknown, cool-climate varietal, with a heady aroma of floral perfume leading to rose, white flower, lychee, peach, apricot, pineapple, and honey notes, a luscious, mouth-coating texture and significant if not exceptional depth. There isn't much acidity, but the sweetness isn't cloying and there's some subtle minerality on the palate. With time and some warmth, it comes to resemble a Riesling Spätlese, the stone and tropical fruit taking over. Exceptional value, and a varietal that clearly deserves greater prominence.