Hogue Late Harvest Riesling 2016
2016 was one of the warmest and driest Washington growing seasons on record, and a drought year, which resulted in low-Botrytis influence, producing a crisp, clean style of late-harvest wine, with zesty citrus flavors and light honeysuckle aromas. Riesling prefers a cool climate and the vines shut down during the long hot spells, resuming the ripening process only when conditions are cooler. All of the fruit for the 2016 Riesling was grown in Yakima Valley, where the cooler mesoclimate creates conditions for slow, even ripening and complex layers of flavor.
All sizes are 750ml unless otherwise stated.
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