Wyncroft: Winning Wines from Michigan

I€™m an alcohol snob. If I see 14.8% on a label for most wines,
especially a white, I€™ll put it back on the shelf and buy something
else. Most wines I€™ve tasted in that range are out-of-balance,
weighty, over-oaked monstrosities that make me want to cry over the
wasted potential of those grapes. Of course, there are a rare few that
are carefully made with exceptional fruit where the alcohol is
integrated and the final result is a full-bodied, complex wine that
stimulates the palate, the imagination, and conversation.
Like Wyncroft Chardonnay from Avonlea vineyard.
In Michigan.
Read more in WineLine #61.

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