Yellow Tail Riesling
Say that five times fast! Of the Yellowtail whites with a bit more body and weight, the Yellowtail Riesling was the favorite. This wine starts with sweet scents of honey and pineapple. It wasn't as sweet as we expected, though, but was a little viscous and rich. As you would expect with Riesling, hints of pear came through to balance the chalky, minerally notes. There was a tiny tinge of alcohol on the back of the throat, and the acidity was less zingy than the Sauvignon Blanc. Serve it with a chicken dinner.