He says: One of the most bizarre wine bottles I’ve ever seen, with an equally bizarre full-form name.
She says: It is not often you find a 10 year old bottle of German Riesling for under £20.
He says: Tantalus is renown for their Riesling, and the Old Vines bottling is at the pinnacle of what is produced in BC.
She says: Now this is my kind of Riesling!
She says: This wine is great value at $20 a bottle…
He says: Another solid bottle from 8th Generation, a winery that we have on our “ones to watch” list as they continue to deliver great value at excellent price points.
She says: I am a lover of Riesling and this didn’t quite cut it for me.
He says: Overall, uninspiring, and there’s better bottles to spend your money on.
She says: A wonderful example of a beautifully balanced, elegant Riesling, and from Washington State no less!
He says: For me, this is an excellent wine, and I understand why an Old World producer like Dr. Loosen believes in the Riesling potential of the Pacific Northwest.
She says: This wine to me was a bit like a yo-yo.
He says: This wine was a major letdown for me given the price and all the buzz in the Lower Mainland about this producer.
He says: A bit too dry and austere for me, especially up against Judas Goat’s beet salad.
She says: I was in heaven. Lovely minerality and petrol notes.