- My Rating: [C-]
Riesling 2010 – White Bear Wines, 12.5% ABV, 750ml, (Oliver, BC, Canada)
on the back label:
“BC’s Great Bear Rainforest is 21 million acres and is the largest coastal temperate rainforest in the world. It is home to grizzly bears, coastal wolves, salmon and the rare white Kermode or ‘Spirit’ Bear, which exists nowhere in the world besides this rainforest. Protecting habitat of this ‘umbrella’ species will protect many other species. A globally significant conservation effort is underway so that this rainforest can thrive for future generations.”
- Style: (White wine) Riesling
- Taste: Sour sustained dry acidic green apple lime
- Where I got it : Legacy Liquor Store (Van)
- How much: $14 (after 10% off) – 750ml., May 2012
- Do I love this enough to drink it again: no
- Would I recommend this to white wine aficionados:
Visual: Screw-top cap. Pours clear light yellow, lots of micro bubbles clinging to the side of the glass.
Nose: green apple, honey dew, tingly acidity (lvl-3)-pungency
Attack: mouth-flooding acidity
Mid-palate: (lvl-2), (MAIN) green apple, lime
Finish: sustained sour-acidity, thicken saliva.
Summary: Too much acidity and not enough inviting fruitiness. There are many other Rieslings I’d much prefer to have than this.