Lot 633 | 2017 Napa Valley
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.
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- Napa Valley
- Alcohol by Volume
- Cases Produced
- Now through 2022
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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.
My wife and I love riesling in the summer. This one blew us away, especially for the price. We started with two bottles and just bought a case! Excellent!
Sweet, smooth, and light. Great for a summer drink with a light meal.
Excellent Summer White
Perfect Riesling with just the right blend of sweetness. Not overly sweet and not dry. Tremendous value for a Napa Riesling. Perfect for summer weather. Light & refreshing.
Simple and refreshing
This is a nice riesling for the price. It's clean, simple and slightly sweet (like a riesling should be).
Floral and fruity without being overwhelming. Dry, refreshing, and subtle in all the right ways. And a great value to boot. A perfect summertime companion to a light meal.
aromas of nectarine, soft floral, and citrus. Really well balanced acidity that leaves a juicy pineapple, citrus note on the tongue to finish. An easy summer white
crisp and balanced
great pairing with mild spicy food tonight. clean, dry, crisp, and balance d (not overly sweet) to mellow out the spices.
Great quality & value
Not too sweet and not to dry. Great bottle.
It's a very pale shade of gold. On the nose I get quince, green apple and cardamom seed. The palate is quite a lot sweeter than I was expecting, but it has some nice acidity to bring me back down. The flavors are more apples, a citrus note and that spice. The mid palate softens up a little and the sweetness subsides. It's more of a yellow apple meets baking spices. The finish is where this wine shines- long, slightly tart and filled with more fruit. The mouthfeel on the finish is very round and lush. This is a very tasty wine that will pair well with seafood and tapas. Drink till 2023. 90 points and 5 stars for this $13 steal. Buy it by the case!
This wine was okay, but not the best I've ever had. It was a bit dryer than I prefer. I like a little sweetness.