A Mosel clone grown in a Burgundian climate on heavy clay, not slate. Adding to the sites' complexity is a notable southern exposure, pushing the ripeness relative to our cool climate. These elements make this wine a new world mash-up. Crisp but round, citrusy and tropical.
Grilled calamari, white pizza with goat's milk cheese, or as a refreshing aperitif.
*Vintage subject to change without notice.
Geographic Designation: VQA Short Hills Bench
Alcohol: 9.8 %
Acidity: 9.2 (g/L)
- Made from grapes grown on the oldest Riesling vines in the Henry of Pelham vineyards in the Short Hills Bench (planted in 1984).
- All juice is press fractioned to separate the finest cut.
- Fermented in stainless steel at cool temperatures between 15-17 degrees Celcius to preserve freshness with a portion in 3000L neutral oak foudres (from 2018 forward).