You don't see Kerner much – it's a grape from Germany that a couple wineries in Michigan grow - sorta like a Riesling. This winery is in southwest Michigan and one of the few in that area that we felt strongly about.
A pretty bold limey nose.
I'm not sure you'd find this to be much different from most Rieslings – good acidic backbone, a touch of sugar, and mostly stone fruit, mostly peaches though I'm getting some interesting bits of pear.
Lingering peach on the finish with a bit of vanilla.
This may not be the most complex wine on the planet, but it's an extremely enjoyable wine – very easy drinking and