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Wine & Spirits Review
Lean and dry, this delicate white leads with scents of lemon and lees, a hint of clove spice lending complexity. But the wine's raciness is the lasting impression, the tart Meyer lemon flavors holding a tension that lasts. Chill for red curry.
Wine Tasting Notes
Lone Star Vineyard has three separate blocks of Riesling totaling just under 7 acres of fruit, which amounts to less than 2% of our overall farming. Winemaking and blending is all about creating options and tools, so we have taken these three tiny blocks and cut them up into both stainless steel and neutral oak fermentations to give us more tools to play with. The stainless versions are left with a hint of residual sugar, which emphasize fresh, pure, round fruit while the neutral oak barrels are taken bone dry to bring the dichotomic elements of both mineral edge and subtle, creamy texture. The blending between these two styles across the three blocks of Riesling create an excitement and energy in the salvaries. Heavenly white nectarine, lime blossom, and silvery minerality. Break out the Costillas de Puerco!