Wine from Lillooet? What’s next: Wine from Graaff-Reinet? I suppose. If one of the myriad Lillooet forest fires common to the region, regularly, consistently, doesn’t wipe out the vineyard. And lord knows there’s heat up there.
Tangy, tart, zesty and refreshing. Decent with frittata. But it’s no stellar Riesling and most will, at best, find it inoffensive, in the middle nonplussed, but us we could leave it be. Quite forgettable. (92 points over at John Schreiner. Wow. God bless him. But that is just way, way beyond the quality and texture and depth of this very simple table white.)
Price: Less than $20. So four stars on that.
Market Liquidity: Turns out only some of the grapes were from Lillooet. Just one more let down on the last glass.