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91 • Wollersheim NV Dry, Riesling, American $9. Best Buy.
Pale golden color. Sweet peach jam, honeycomb, and white flower aromas and flavors on a lightly sweet palate with a honeyed green apple finish. A very nice off dry sipper. (tasted on Apr-19-2010)
91 • Mount Pleasant 2009 Vignoles, Augusta, Missouri $20.
Pale golden silver color. Bright caramel nut apple, cream soda, banana cake, and peach jam aromas follow through on a rich, supple entry to a fruity-yet-dry medium-to-full body with excellent depth, zestiness, and balance. Finishes with a long, tangy citrus marmalade and mineral wave. Very crowd and table friendly. (tasted on May-13-2010)
89 • Mount Pleasant 2009 "Villagio", Augusta, Missouri $20.
Aromas of dried flowers, lanolin lotion, and baked yellow apples and peaches follow through on a supple entry to a dryish light-to-medium body with good depth and soft smooth texture. Finishes with a touch of lemon spritzed apple and nougat. Nice character in a soft, elegant style. (tasted on May-13-2010)
88 • Lynfred 2009 Correl Vineyards, Seyval Blanc, Illinois $25.
Aromas of dusty honeydew melon skin, raw smoked bacon, and kiwi are distinctive and follow through on a round, silky entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium body with watermelon, savory roasted turnip, and baked lemon notes. Finishes with a crisp, tart citrus and mineral accents. An interesting table wine to serve with smoked poultry. (tasted on May-17-2010)
87 • Wollersheim 2009 Prairie Fumé, Seyval Blanc, American $9. Best Buy.
Silvery straw color. Shy aromas of nectarine yogurt and lemon mineral water follow through on a crisp entry to a dry-yet-fruity light-to-medium body with tangy lemon spritzed green apple notes. Finishes with a lively refreshing fade. Very nice. (tasted on May-17-2010)
87 • Cedar Creek NV Pinot Grigio, American $10. Best Buy.
Pale silvery straw color. Aromas of apricot sour cream frosting and grape jam follow through on a silky entry to a fruity light-to-medium body with good tanginess and balance. Finishes with a crisp, refreshing burst. A very nice summer sipper. (tasted on May-17-2010)
87 • Debonné Vineyards 2009 Reserve, Riesling, Grand River Valley $11.99. Best Buy.
Pale straw with a platinum blue cast. Aromas of green apple, dried lemon and wet balsa follow through on a supple entry to a fruity medium body with very good depth and smoothness. Finishes with fruity sweet and tangy fade. (tasted on May-17-2010)
86 • Wollersheim NV White Riesling, American $9. Best Buy.
Aromas of apple, lemon and nectarine follow through on a crisp entry to a fruity light-to-medium body with easy going depth and a tangy, tart citrus and mineral finish. (tasted on Apr-19-2010)
86 • Cedar Creek NV "Waterfall", Riesling, American $9. Best Buy.
Pale yellow straw color. Mild aromas of lemon, nectarine, and date follow through on a soft entry to a fruity light-to-medium body with a crisp, tart sour apple and talc finish. (tasted on Apr-19-2010)
85 • Cedar Creek NV Vidal Blanc, American$8.50.
Pale straw green color. Aromas of yellow beet juice, paraffin, and pineapple yogurt follow through on a silky entry to a fruity light-to-medium body with tangy peach and yellow plum notes on the brisk finish. (tasted on May-13-2010)
85 • Star View Vineyards NV Traminette, Shawnee Hills $14.
Platinum blue straw color. Interesting aromas of dill pickle juice, dandelions, and peach vinaigrette follow through on a brisk entry to a sweet and somewhat cloying medium body with sugared apple, peaches and tangelo notes. Finishes with a crisp, crunchy apple and talc fade. Different. (tasted on May-13-2010)
84 • Cedar Ridge NV La Crescent, Iowa $15.99.
Golden yellow color. Aromas of sweet, creamy apricot sherbet and rhubarb have delicate smoky mineral and grass notes that follow through on a soft entry to an off-dry, oily light-to-medium body with sour lemon, overripe nectarine, and creme fraiche notes on the gentle finish. Serve with lemongrass chicken. (tasted on May-17-2010)
83 • Cedar Creek NV Unoaked, Chardonnay, American $12.
Yellow straw color. Delicate aromas of apple, beeswax, and green nectarine follow through on a soft entry to a dryish light-to-medium body with a tart lemon and herb accented finish. (tasted on May-13-2010)
82 • Star View Vineyards NV Chardonnel, Shawnee Hills $15.
Very pale silvery straw color. Interesting aromas of warm honeyed cereal and grilled apple follow through on a soft entry to a very tart dry-yet-fruity light body with smoky grilled peach and citrus notes and a laser-like, flinty finish. Different and rustic, try with smoked oysters and trout. (tasted on May-13-2010)
82 • Star View Vineyards NV Vignoles, Shawnee Hills $15.
Pale straw color. Sweet caramelly peach cobbler and lemon aromas follow through on a supple entry to a fruity-yet-dry medium body with tart nectarine and apple notes. Finishes with a talc and powdery fruit tannin fade. (tasted on May-13-2010)
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