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Charles Smith Kung Fu Girl Riesling 2014

Charles Smith Kung Fu Girl Riesling 2014
Charles Smith Kung Fu Girl Riesling 2014
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Rating90

Price$12.00

Vintage2014

VarietalRiesling

AppellationWashington State

WineryCharles Smith

Alcohol12.00%

Bottle Size750 ml

CategoryWhite

Blend100% Riesling

The Charles Smith Kung Fu Girl Riesling 2014 is a perfectly sweet and refreshing Riesling from Washington’s Ancient Lakes region. Fresh aromas and flavors of white stone fruit, white peach, and apricot mingle enticingly with crisp notes of Linden tree, crushed stone, and lime leaves. This gorgeous array of sweet and tangy fruits form a perfect balance in this Riesling. The palate is nicely focused and has a long finish, which shows a cool minerality.

Enjoy this white wine with spicy curries, Thai food, or Chinese-style barbecue.

Taste SummaryCitrus, Peach

Wine QualitiesFresh

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Funny story about this wine. When I was in college, I was browsing for wine at a local market, intending to buy the cheapest thing I could find. A nice salesman talked me into buying this wine, which was "expensive" for me at the time. I was actually a little annoyed that he talked me into it! But it turned out to be really delicious, and years later I'm glad I bought it, because I still pick up a bottle of the latest vintage when I see it. It reminds me of being cheerfully broke in college... and the price is great to me now!

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