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Winter White Wine: Dry Riesling, Canoe Ridge, Snipes Vineyard, Columbia Valley, Washington 2007
Posted on November 21, 2013 by waywardwine
Frost paints the earth silver. Thermostats shrink. Chill seeps through windows.
Instead of turning to robust reds for comfort, Wayward Wine will steer you from conformity. A huge Cabernet would crush your Thanksgiving turkey or Christmans goose. Instead, share the season’s cold snap and turn to a rich winter white.
This Thursday, our palates race to the highest elevations in Washington State. The grapes in question grew an average of 1,300 feet above sea level. They come from wine’s newest fringes: Horse Heaven Hills and Rattlesnake Hills, regions certified only in 2005 and 2006 respectively. Continue reading →
Posted in EMPTIED BOTTLES, Riesling, White | Tagged Alsace, bread pudding, Canoe Ridge, Canoe Ridge Vineyard, Canoe Ridge Vineyards, Cascade Mountain, Christmas, Germany, Horse Heaven Hills, Jean Claude Van Damme, Matzo ball soup, Paul Gregutt, Rattlesnake Hills, riesling, Stag's Leap, Thanksgiving, Volvo, Vosges Mountains, Washington, Wine Enthusiast | 4 Comments