Nestled at the base of the highest peak in the region, Sylvan Lake is the most recognizable lake in the Black Hills. Formed in 1881 with the damming of Sunday Gulch Creek, reflections of unique granite rock formations make this lake view absolutely awe-inspiring.
On the nose, this Roussanne shows plantain, starfruit, and flowers. On the palate, the melon and orange peel lead to a smooth green apple finish.
Food Pairing Notes
Pair this unique white wine with Black Hills trout, cranberry goat cheese salad and cheddar cheese with apples.
Michael P. Rowan
(Mar 24, 2020 at 10:59 AM)
This exceptional wine starts with a floral bouquet which leads to fruit of orange and green apple lingering down the throat.