Staff Pick

Paetra Eola-Amity Hills Riesling 2014

9.419 ratings on Delectable
$19.99

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Ratings on Delectable

Erik McLaughlin Delectable Pro

Vice President Seven Hills Winery

Dense and concentrated. Intense salinity, stoniness, petrol, waxy, dried stone fruits.

Dense and concentrated. Intense salinity, stoniness, petrol, waxy, dried stone fruits.

9.3

Nicholas Livingston Delectable Pro

Hip hip for the minimal intervention in Eola-Amity. This vernal Paetra Riesling is just what this trout fly fisherman is looking to pair with gently grilled Rainbow stuffed with sliced lemon and served atop a fava bean, sliced fennel and watercress -and just in time for Mother's Day. Nearly dry and absolutely nervy, this has a dynamic tension, plenty of citrus and orchard fruit and a spearmint, chopped celery frond and sugar snap pea edge to throw it all into relief and pull its chair to the table. In this glass 2014 has proven a fine year for Riesling in Willamette Valley. Spontaneous fermentation lasting 6 months preserves nuance and clarity with ample "schponti" charms and at 12.5% ABV it's all the more appetizing. Find this wine.

Hip hip for the minimal intervention in Eola-Amity. This vernal Paetra Riesling is just what this trout fly fisherman is looking to pair with gently grilled Rainbow stuffed with sliced lemon and served atop a fava bean, sliced fennel and watercress -and just in time for Mother's Day. Nearly dry and absolutely nervy, this has a dynamic tension, plenty of citrus and orchard fruit and a spearmint, chopped celery frond and sugar snap pea edge to throw it all into relief and pull its chair to the table. In this glass 2014 has proven a fine year for Riesling in Willamette Valley. Spontaneous fermentation lasting 6 months preserves nuance and clarity with ample "schponti" charms and at 12.5% ABV it's all the more appetizing. Find this wine.

9.6

Wille Yli-Luoma

Honeycrisp, olive, mineral and calendula. Oregon

Honeycrisp, olive, mineral and calendula. Oregon

9.1

Chris Scanlan Delectable Pro

Sales Amy Atwood Imports

I have to say I am a renewed fan of the potential of Oregon production. I'm not saying fuck Chardonnay and Pinot Noir (because of the nascent latitudinal justification to burgundy) rather, this motherfucker is ready and willing to break down walls that he didn't necessarily presume to exist, by making some of the most incredible Riesling I've tasted from the United States. this is a winery to follow for a long time. doing it right.

I have to say I am a renewed fan of the potential of Oregon production. I'm not saying fuck Chardonnay and Pinot Noir (because of the nascent latitudinal justification to burgundy) rather, this motherfucker is ready and willing to break down walls that he didn't necessarily presume to exist, by making some of the most incredible Riesling I've tasted from the United States. this is a winery to follow for a long time. doing it right.

9.5

Location

  • 803 Sibley Memorial Hwy
    Lilydale, MN 55118

  • Monday-Saturday: 10am-9pm