Category: White Wine

  • Leelanau Cellars Spring Splendor

    Described as a “Premium Semi-Dry White Table Wine”, I didn’t really find anything dry or splendorous about it. This cheap Michigan wine was bland and tasted a little too much like flowers to me, not so much the apple and peach that the bottle describes. On a positive note, Leelanau Cellars is a wonderful place. […]

  • Blue Fish Riesling 2004

    First of all, take a look at this awesome wine bottle. Eye-catching azure blue with a cool, modern yellow label. If you look closely at the fish on the bottle, it spells out “blue”. Screw cap, too! This wine hails from the Pfalz region of Germany. Now, they say Germany produces some of the best […]

  • Crane Lake Chardonnay 2003

    A classic scene, and one that I’m getting quite used to: I’m in the liquor aisle with less than 10 dollars in my pocket looking for a wine. Complicating things, I was expecting 3 other people for our Sunday dinner. I’m usually the one to bring the wine since most of my friends know I […]

  • Good Harbor Fishtown White

    Fishtown White, is, by far, my favorite dry white wine. I visited the beautiful Good Harbor vinyard a few years ago out on the Leelanau Peninsula in Michigan, and walked out with a bottle of the Fishtown White because they said it was their most famous. After trying it, and loving it, I noticed that […]