A friend gave us some of his brother’s homemade wine which I believe comes from Maryland. This wine won a gold in Indianapolis. Since it was a gift and comes without any labelling it is hard to tell much more about it. No pricing either.
Dark yellow, reminiscent of aged Riesling it has a nose of sweet apple, quince and sea air. Initial attack of pear and yellow apples with good mid palate acidity and a decent finish . I don’t sense much oak use and no malolactic fermentation. This is a cutting Chardonnay with a nutty ending. I’m drinking it with some green and black olives, a dab of hummus and some green onions. A good pairing but it begs for oysters or clams on the half though. 88 points. Salut….