400 cases produced
Rieslings can be produced with varying levels of residual sugar. To be called a “Late Harvest’ Riesling, the grape is left on the vine longer. They are particularly prone to ‘noble rot’ which withers the grapes but yields high concentrated flavors. Characteristics of the Riesling grape: petrol aromas, green apples, pear, honey, white flowers, honeysuckle. As it takes on more residual sugar and age, Rieslings becomes more honeyed, with intense flavors of dried apricots, dried peaches, caramel and figs.
Food Pairing Notes
Any rich cheese, like blue cheese, or sweet desserts like cheesecake, apple pie or crème Brule. We've even been known to pour this wine directly over vanilla bean ice cream..mmm..
Sweet almost to the point of being an ice-wine!