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RegionAppellation: Long Island, New
York. Produced and bottled in Sagaponack, New
meticulous care of Winemaker/Partner Roman Roth and Vineyard
Manager Rich Pisacano, our vineyard encompasses 55 acres of
sustainably farmed vines. Our unique combination of Bridgehampton
loam soil and ocean breezes from the Atlantic, only 2.6 miles away,
provide Bordeaux-like conditions, perfect to achieve the balance of
ripeness and acidity of Wölffer’s signature style: European
elegance paired with the distinct typicity of Long Island terroir. When grapes are sourced
outside our vineyard, they must meet rigorous Wölffer quality
Grapes100% Riesling “virgin berries,” sourced from
Splitrock Vineyards in Greenport and Reilly Vineyards in
Winemaker’s NotesLight golden in
color, this special Riesling has beautiful floral aromas with hints
of peaches, faint honey and orange rind. The mouth-feel is
extremely elegant and playful. Despite being wonderfully balanced
and light, this wine has great concentration and slight viscosity.
The palate is full of ripe fruit highlighted by wonderful acidity
and minerality. The finish is dry and lingers in a very sensual
way. Drink now or hold this wine—it will have great
Technical Data The 2014 growing season will be remembered for
its low humidity and ample sunshine. This rare combination helped
to produce spectacular fruit with fresh flavors of pure
After a long growing season, the ripe, golden
fruit was hand-harvested on October 9 and 19, 2014, with careful
inspection and selection of the virgin-berry clusters and berries.
The grapes were de-stemmed, crushed then gently pressed. The juice
was well-settled, then fermented in stainless steel tanks with wild
yeast reaching a maximum of 66° F for nearly six weeks. The wine
was racked of the whole lees, blended and matured on the fine lees
for three months. It was filtered and bottled on April 6, 2015.
Only 185 cases of 750ml bottles and six magnums were
Average Brix at
SuggestionsServe cool, not
cold. Savor this rich Riesling alone or pair it with shellfish,
rich and creamy soups, roast chicken or pork, sautéed mushroom
dishes, and aged cheeses.
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