An easy Riesling, with fresh honey, green grape, and hints of melon. While it’s a touch sweet, it is still light enough to be meal-friendly, though it could use more acidity to help smooth out the finish. For the price, this is an amazing wine, and something certainly worth picking up in a pinch when you need something to go with Chinese takeout.
A- / $9 / bexwinery.com
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