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Josmeyer excelled in the fine '01 vintage, as this Riesling shows. Etched in stone. Dry and tightly wound, evoking a limestone cliff after a thunderstorm. Quince and peach also mingle in its rocky depths. Firm and concentrated, this is for rock-hounds. Be —Bruce Sanderson
From Alsace comes this seductive Riesling, with a considerable track record for excellence. More classical in style, it offers intense peach, apple and pine forest aromas and flavors matched to a steely, dry profile. Understated, it teases with its nuance —Bruce Sanderson
Wonderful aromas of flowers, honeysuckle, fig, butter and hazelnut lead to rich, silky flavors that are elegant and refined, with a creamy, citrus-laced finish. Vibrant acidity gives it backbone and sustains the flavors on the long, minerally aftertaste. —James Laube
A real mouthful of delicious Chardonnay, its range of flavors stretching from ripe pear, fig and citrus to pretty smoky oak, hazelnut and caramel. Finishes with a pure gush of rich earth and Chardonnay flavors, turning elegant and graceful. Drink now thro —James Laube
California's Santa Rita Hills is emerging as a viable source for Pinot Noir. This offering from Melville is gorgeous, from its enticingly complex floral and wild berry aromatics to its vibrant, richly fruity core of blackberry and wild berry fruit. Finish —James Laube
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