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Bellangelo Dry Riesling 2013 – Comes into Balance with Food

Bellangelo, Dry Riesling 2013, Seneca Lake, Finger Lakes, New York, Wine Casual

Bellangelo, Dry Riesling 2013, Seneca Lake, Finger Lakes, New York

Tasting Note: Lemon-to-gold in color, this dry riesling has a nose of green apple, lemon zest with a barely-perceptible hint of lime.

The aromas carry to the palate with intense tartness asserting itself mid-palate working its way towards the back of your tongue.

Bellangelo’s medium-bodied riesling is high in acidity.

The acidity overwhelms the sweetness to some extent but the wine comes into balance overall especially if enjoying this wine with food.

A refreshing riesling that would serve as a useful palate cleanser when serving appetizers at the start of a dinner party when you want to leave your guests’ palate’s refreshed for the next offering.

Bottle Note: At Bellangelo we specialize in hand crafting small lot, authentic wines that offer a maximum expression of Finger Lakes terroir. Riesling is renowned for its exceptional food pairing versatility, but we would like to suggest pairing it with broiled baby lobster tail with coriander better, sweet and sour chicken and apricot skewers, or watermelon feta salad with olive oil and mint. See our website for recipes. pH 2.98, TA 9.5 g/l, RS .8%. Morris Vineyards 30%, Gibson Vineyards 63%, Tuller Vineyards 7%. Fermented in stainless steel and neutral oak barrels. For soil types and additional information please visit our website. Winemaker: Ian Barry. Proprietors: The Missick Family. 475 Cases Produced.

Rating: 88 points
Price: $17
Alcohol: 11.3%
Tasted: Home
Tasting Date: October 24, 2015

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