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Wine of the Week: Snowline Washington State Riesling 2007 February 1, 2010

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In the Northwest region of the United States, the Cascade Mountains are the dominate influence on the multiple micro-climates of this major wine producing area.  The climates range from cool coastal areas (the perfect environment for Pinot Gris) to the high deserts, where varietals like Riesling, Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon thrive in the long growing season.  The extended hang time of the fruit, in this otherwise harsh environment, is the key to the depth of flavors in the brilliant wines from this region.  With the aid of the Big River flowing off the east side of the Cascades, a once arid and stark landscape has blossomed into the exceptional vineyards of the Northwest.

pumpkin.jpgSpecifically, the Snowline Washington State Riesling 2007 has enticing and aromatic flavors of ripe peaches and crisp yellow apples with a honeyed sweetness that layers nicely throughout the glass.  The finish of this wine echoes the main flavor profile with an additional note of fresh nectarines with a slight hint of lemon zest.  Perfect for everyday as an aperitif, but also pairs wonderfully with most soft cheeses and light culinary fare.

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Special Offering: Snowline Washington State Riesling 2007
Available at Almost All Centennial Store Locations
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