Quails’ Gate Dry Riesling 2018

Pale in color with a varietal honeysuckle nose. On the mid palate the wine is nice and dry, crisp, with honey suckle being the dominant flavor. On the medium length finish the wine has some nice crisp minerality, some citrus notes and lively acidity. The wine has some nice mouth grip. We had it with BBQ sauced pulled pork and it held up well. The acidity is particularly noticeable as it warms up where it beautifully coats the palate with flavors! I would give it an -88. Quite a good dry riesling. The LCBO say aromatic and flavorful, I agree totally, perfect description. From the LCBO web site: Check stock


750 mL bottle  |   VINTAGES#:  308312$19.95

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The Stewart family at Quails’ Gate have been making wine since 1989 from vines planted in 1961. The 2017 vintage of this Dry Riesling won Gold at the National Wine Awards of Canada. Expect similar greatness from this latest vintage, which will be at peak drinking through 2023 with your favourite seafood, chicken or pork dish.Read More 


Release Date:August 17, 2019Bottle Size:750 mL bottleAlcohol/Vol:12.5%Made In:British Columbia, CanadaBy:Quails’ Gate Vyds. Estate WinerySugar Content:6 g/LSweetness Descriptor:XD – Extra DryStyle:Aromatic & FlavourfulVarietal:RieslingThis is a VQA wine

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