2017 Riesling Select Late Harvest | Lincoln Lakeshore | Estate Grown

$ 24.95 • 375 ml • 12 bt/cs • Sweet
About This Wine
This wine originates from grapes grown along the south shore of Lake Ontario. The clusters are left to raisin on the vine during late autumn, with a further concentration occurring as the berries are partially frozen by the first deep frosts of the season. Harvested and pressed in a semi-frozen state, they deliver a sweet wine with ideal balance of luscious fruit and crisp acidity.
2017 was of vintage of average warmth and ample rainfall. A sunny, dry fall allowed for extended ripening, The late harvest wines are succulent and crisply structured, with long-term ageability.
Varieties100% Riesling
Estate Grown 100%
AppellationLincoln Lakeshore
SiteMyers Vineyard
Elevation80 m (260 ft)
Slope/Exposure2% / N
Lacustrine clay-loam till composed primarily of red shale and sandstone mixed with limestone
Harvest Data
Harvest Date Dec. 13, 17, 28
Sugar 30.2º Brix
Titratable Acidity 6.0 g/L
pH 3.28
Yield 25 hl/ha
Partially frozen grapes were selectively harvested at night at temperatures of –6°C (21°F); fermentation in stainless steel at cold, cellar temperatures over 3 weeks using selected yeasts
Bottling Data
Bottling Date May 2018
Alc./Vol 13.0%
Residual Sugar 100 g/L
Titratable Acidity 7.8 g/L
pH 3.25
Production 1,755 cs
Sensory Profile
The nose is highly aromatic with aromas of peach, apricot and Bartlett pear over top notes of exotic citrus, spice and comb honey. The palate is full and sweet with a round, seamless feel, gently lifted by well integrated acidity throughout. Rich flavours of sultana raisins, dried apricot and orange marmelade dominate, carrying with great intensity alongside nuances of pear preserve long onto the finish.
Best consumed 2020–2025; will continue to develop through at least 2030
Food Pairings
Savoury Foîe gras, pâté, seafood terrines, or hot and sour soups, blue or aged cow’s milk cheese Dessert Apple or pear pastries, Sabayon on poached peaches, citrus, nut tortes and crème brûlée
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