Vin de Lac "Lehm" 2007 Dry Riesling Lake Chelan
In the glass, the Vin de Lac "Lehm" 2007 Dry Riesling Lake Chelan (13.7%) was a pale straw color offering muted scents of wet stone and minerals.
This Lake Chelan riesling was incredibly dry, to the point of being sour on the finish. It had terrific acidity, but lacked enough fruit flavors to balance the minerality.
We paired the Vin de Lac dry riesling with chicken yakisoba. At $20, I found this wine to be a bit pricey relative to its quality.
To each his or her own, but the stone dry style of this riesling was not my thing. I would pass on getting another bottle.
Wine Foot's Review