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.
Dry with great flavor. Would definitely purchase again.
Delicious and bright. Good example of a tasty Riesling.
I enjoyed this wine with tilapia and salad. At the first sip, the flavor arrived slowly and made itself at home on my tastebuds. Sweet, yet not overpoweringly so, I recommend this wine without hesitation.
Bright and Dry
Surprisingly dry after the fully fruity nose. Was worried it wouldn't pair with my spicy Thai dish but it delivered! Great value!
After reading the other reviews, I now realize this is a dry riesling, that's why the taste was not what I expected. Liked the second glass better than the first.
Unexpected Napa riesling
This dry riesling from Napa was a surprise, much drier and lighter than I expected. Aromatic floral notes on the nose with hints of petrol and a slight bit of steeliness. Great wine, great price.
Very good Reisling
We don't drink a lot of Riesling because it's usually too sweet, but not this one. Whether for an aperitif or serving with pork and sauerkraut, this is a winner!
Will definitely order more
Sweeter than I expected
I grew up in Germany, and Riesling was my introduction to wine. A lot of Rieslings in the USA are sweet and have little in common with what I knew as a fine Riesling. I was happy to learn about a dry Napa Riesling. However, even after decanting and assuring it was at the right temperature, it did not measure up to the real thing. Glad, I tried it, but it is been there, done that for me.
Really enjoyed this summer sipper. Dryer than I typically enjoy but a very good wine. Recommending trying a bottle or two at minimum.
My wife loves it.. I didn’t get a drop...
It’s a great a Riesling!