Medium-light gold, nice honey-mineral nose. Medium body with strong acidity; off-dry with grapefruit and honey notes. A straightforward Riesling, not outstanding but another in the German tradition, which I’d like to see more of from BC. I’ll be interested to see how they develop in future years. (However, I have to assign a few demerit points for the inexcusable grammatical gaffes on their label: “Enjoy with asian [sic] cuisine, seafood, or on it’s [sic] own.”) 13.5% alcohol. $20 at Taylorwood Wines. See Intrigue Wines.