For the second time in four years, winemaker Jim Anderson has taken some modest Muscat Ottonel and crafted a dry, still wine that is compelling and refreshing to drink. The nose here is very floral, but in no way sweet or cloying. The wine has cool fruit flavors of grapes and melon, perky balancing acidity, and is dry and persistent on the palate. This type of wine is commonly found in certain parts of Italy, and US versions tend to be sweet and event pettilant (a bit bubbly). But this Oregon version is dry, refreshing and clocks in at only 11% abv, making it a superb warm weather quaffer.
wow! first oregon wine i'll put in my list
wow! first oregon wine i'll put in my list9.8