This white dessert wine has aged quite nicely in the cellar. Initial tastes may seem like this one verges on a port style, though the alcohol content is really not that high. It is sweet and serene yet not a heavy syrupy dessert wine. It does a have a nice crisp finish. You’ll sense the aromas of apricot, pears, and a hint of peaches and honey. This particular sweet Riesling would go well with just about any after dinner meal, and would go nicely with fruit and lighter cheese plates. We likewise believe there is ample beauty in relishing this one alone as dessert itself. Enjoy this one sparingly though, as who knows how often the right conditions will occur again to produce this one.

Chaddsford Winery - Late Riesling - 2006