The Treleaven 2011 EIS Late Harvest Riesling (Cayuga Lake) wine is of the Riesling variety from the USA, produced within the EIS Late Harvest vineyard in the New York province. The cost is $35. This wine has a score of 86/100 (a very good score, indicating better reviews than most).
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This is a crisp, fruity wine that is ready to drink. It is bright and bright with fresh acidity and lively red-fruit flavors. With its crisp, fresh aftertaste, it is ready to drink now.
The island is a part of the Brunello area in the Douro. The wine is ripe with black plum fruits. The tannins are strong, showing a fine future. The aftertaste is just a hint of dryness. Drink from 2019.
Aromas of underbrush, underbrush, underbrush and a balsamic note are followed by a straightforward but fresh palate. It has a crisp, fresh and citrus-driven core of green and fresh fruit.
Smooth and richly layered, this has a dense texture and dense black-currant and menthol flavors. There’s a creamy texture that leads to a juicy, soft finish. Drink now.
From the estate vineyard, this is a nicely balanced wine. The red fruits and acidity are balanced by a burning and spicy character that is echoed by the wood aging. The aftertaste shows a tight edge of tannin. Drink now.
This is a ripe wine that has the black-currant fruits as well as a dry core. The acidity and the juicy aftertaste give the wine a bright, fruity aftertaste. It is still young and needs to age. Drink from 2020.
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