Lot 633 | 2017 Napa Valley

Riesling

Gold Medal, 2018 Denver Int'l Wine Competition; Our first ever Napa Valley Riesling release! Multiple 90+ point scores and gold medals under its original label.

$13.00

(18 Reviews)

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Lot 633 2017 Napa Valley Riesling

Lot 633 | 2017 Napa Valley

Riesling

$13.00

(18 Reviews)

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Wine Details

Spring flowers, lemon oil, and fresh white peach suck you into the deeply-scented nose, with delicious apricot and a touch of key lime on the front of the palate. Crisp and richly textured, this wine is well-balanced with plenty of mouth-filling pear, nectarine and a hint of green apple. The finish is very fruity, showing refreshing acidity to balance the residual sugar, providing a lovely sensation of dried fruit and minerality that lingers on the palate.

  • Vintage
  • 2017
  • Appellation
  • Napa Valley
  • Grape
  • Riesling
  • Alcohol by Volume
  • 12%
  • Cases Produced
  • 850
  • Drink/hold
  • Now through 2022
  • Release Email
Cam Confidential

Sourced from an astronomically popular Napa winery, Lot 633 is a Californian take on the German Rheingau style that I just couldn’t pass up. Made with all estate grown fruit from a cool climate Carneros vineyard, this is an elegant, pretty expression of Riesling that I think will be a huge hit for solo sipping and food pairing alike.

Boasting multiple 90+ point scores and gold medals under its original label, it can be found for $30 in the tasting room. Thanks to the laws of supply and demand (and yours truly to make the deal), it’s available here for less than half the price.

Reviews

18 Reviews Total

SLRasher

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Not typical taste (to me) for Riesling but I really enjoyed it. Crisp, clean and easy to drink. Will buy again.

Dave

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Not immediately recognizable as Riesling to me, but a nice value white nonetheless. Lots of tropical fruit. My family preferred this to a much pricier bottle I opened along side it.

Sandy

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Easy summer sipper. Not too sweet and refreshing. Can't beat the price.

Maddie

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When Cam Hughes offers a dry Riesling I know it will be good and I will sing its praises. I was curious about what a Napa Riesling would be like. I've never seen this grape growing anywhere in Napa, but then I haven't been there lately. This riesling is not so sweet that the fruit doesn't stand out - it's there, but to enjoy this you're going to have like the residual sugar. Lot 633 is very reminiscent of the many Rieslings I had on a trip to Germany, but I'd say this is one better, and that's good news for fans of this grape.

Chuck

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Dry beginning, dry finish, middle alittle more honeyish than I like, but overall good wine.

onebassplayer

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Aromas of flint, yellow apples & stone fruit, petrol, spices. Dry on the palate, silky texture, medium-plus acidity with an expansive finish. Very nicely done. Comment from my wife, “Delicious! Best Riesling I’ve had in a long time!!” Nuff said!

Sipping Riesling

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This is a nice Riesling for sipping on the deck on a summer afternoon. Glad we gave it a try.

EdR

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I get Lemon on the nose. The wind is not sweet, but not dry. It has some necturine on the finish and is very nice for the heat of summer. Very nice summer wine for the price point--especially for wind club members!

'17 Riesling

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A little different than everyday Chardonnay. I serve it way chilled down and pair it with salads during picnics. Lots of fun!

frankrock9

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Wine is crisp, not too sweet, but not too dry either. Personally, I would prefer something from Alsace, but for the price, I can see myself opening several bottles at a picnic or other outdoor event. Good value, worth a try!