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87 • Wollersheim 2009 Prairie Fumé, Seyval Blanc, American $9. Best Buy.
Silvery straw color. Shy aromas of nectarine yogurt and lemon mineral water follow through on a crisp entry to a dry-yet-fruity light-to-medium body with tangy lemon spritzed green apple notes. Finishes with a lively refreshing fade. Very nice. (tasted on May-17-2010)
86 • Wollersheim 2008 Pinot Noir, American $15. Best Buy.
Deep ruby color. Lightly smoky black cherry and cedar aromas follow through on a supple entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium body with good depth and tangy acidity. Finishes with chewy, slightly gritty tannins. (tasted on May-10-2010)
85 • Wollersheim 2009 Prairie Sunburst Red, Marechal Foch, Wisconsin $9.
Garnet violet color. Creamy black raspberry custard, graham cracker and marbled rye bread aromas follow through o a supple entry to a dryish light-medium body with tomato paste and citrus peel notes. Finishes with a hint of smoky cedar and minerals on the tart, berry skin accented fade. Serve with duck. (tasted on May-17-2010)
85 • Wollersheim 2009 Prairie Blush, Wisconsin $9.
Electric pale garnet color. Bright cherry compote and strawberry pie aromas and flavors on a fruity sweet medium body with a tart, drying lemon, talc, and peach jam accented finish. (tasted on May-13-2010)
84 • Wollersheim 2008 Domaine du Sac, Marechal Foch, Lake Wisconsin $12.
Aromas of raspberry-blueberry pie a la mode with goat's milk ice cream follow through on a round entry to a dryish medium body with good depth and tart cranberry and pomegranate notes. Finishes with a drying baked citrus and clay accents. (tasted on May-17-2010)
84 • Wollersheim 2008 Port, American $20.|Find-a-Wine|
Deep garnet color. Interesting aromas of banana bread, mulberry compote, fruit gum, mint leaf, and chocolate covered graham cracker follow through on a round entry to a fruity sweet medium-to-full body with a eucalyptus accent on the breezy, lightly creamy finish. (tasted on Jul-01-2010)