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2018 Field Recordings Hock White Blend

2018 Field Recordings Hock White Blend
Volume: 750 mL , Alcohol: 11.1%

 Type

White

 Blend

65% Pinot Gris, 32% Riesling, 3% Gewürztraminer

 Nose

Going on a hay ride on a California back road while snacking on pears

 Palate

Apricot + lemon zest + Bartlett pear + a dash of petrol!?!

 Ratings

4.35/5

Out of 27 ratings

 Reviews

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More about this wine from Central Coast, California
This bottle is 35-year old California winemaker Andrew Jones’ take on Edelzwicker — a historical blend of regional grapes from Alsace, France whose German name owes to past border disputes and occupations of the region over the years. Now if, like Andrew, your favorite white wines are Alsatian in origin, you’re going to love trying his central Cali coast take on this crisp, dry blend of Pinot Gris, Riesling, and with just a little smidge of Gewürztraminer. While the historical origins of this bottle may be super confusing, we promise the taste of his Hock is not.
How to drink it

Pro Tip:

Or keep it classy and pair up this white wine blend with some grilled hot dogs loaded up with fancy relish!

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