Chateau de Callac Graves Rouge comes to us from Graves, France. On the nose you will get notes of herbs and spices, along with a light barn smell. On the palate yo will get a light sweetness followed by a long, dry finish. Sharp tannins. Chateau de Callac Graves pairs well with either beef, lamb, or venison.
This crisp, refreshing Riesling is the dry counterpart to the fruity, off-dry Dr. L Riesling. Together, these two wines represent the entry-level from Dr. Loosen, capturing the elegant and racy characteristics of steep, slate-soil Mosel vineyards at a very reasonable price.
The Eden Valley wines shows a great precision and minerality, a nose of varietal purity, linear definition and subtley soft, line and length. Heady jasmine florals mix with spicy tones of freshly ground cinnamon. Perfumed and complex. The juice of freshly picked new season limes combines with a slatey, minerality which belies the powerful strength of line and definition. Crystalline clarity and structural purity persist to leave the palate invigorated and cleansed.
This wine has a brilliant yellow color with green hues. Its intense aroma is a fragrant blend of citrus fruit and passion fruit with a slightly herbal backdrop typical of this variety. On the palate, it is concentrated, with a pleasant acidity that highlights its freshness, firm structure and excellent persistence.