Monthly Archives: March 2010

Lindeman’s Bin 75 Riesling 2008 wine review by (PB)

This inexpensive varietal is a light straw with fragrant ripe–really ripe white fruit and tropical notes with citrus and plush Asian spices.Palate–A mite scant on fruit but what’s there is nice with some structure and tropical compote with a tart green apple finish that hangs on. Finish gets a little funky after 3-4 minutes but…

Lange Pinot Noir 2007 review by (PB)

I found this previously reviewed Pinot (Aug, 08) in a semi-local store and grabbed it for $17 which is about $10 less than the first time I found it on a trip to Minneapolis. I have a fond connection to this wine having read (and reviewed on this blog) The Grail by Brian Doyle, who…

Loosen Bros. “Dr.L” Riesling 2008 wine review by (PB)

Dr. Loosen has long been a producer of fine German Mosels (for the Mosel River) and this table quality wine although very inexpensive, is very well made. Very nice rich pure fruit aromas on a pale straw glow. Bouquet highlighted by sweet, slightly powdery perfumey sweet spice.Palate–semi-sweet, not as acidic as I would like but…