The Pilsner has been making a comeback for at least the last five years. American […]
Old Mission Peninsula
Touch of petrol, fresh lime and lime skin, classic Riesling expression, tasty, salty, vibrant, yellow fruits, drive, intensity, linear, palate cleansing A classic Riesling expression, this wine shows a touch of petrol, fresh lime and lime skin
Elaine Chukan Brown
Christopher Bates MS
Madeline Triffon MS
Writer: Phil Laramore Editor: Shana Clarke
Michigan is a rising star in the domestic wine scene and is quickly proving its quality to drinkers beyond the local tourist market. One of the pioneers, Mari Vineyards, is a family operation that planted its first vines in 1999. With its northerly location it is reminiscent of a great German Riesling, but exudes more power and richness. Apricot, peach and lemon flavors combine with a slate-y minerality that linger on the finish. With only 7.0 g/l of residual sugar, this succulent wine offers the right mix of sugar and acid.