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Bright yellow-green. Fresh aromas of Golden Delicious apple, citrus and flint. Delicately spicy flavors of tropical fruits and yellow apple carry through to a bright, long finish. The Short Hills Bench is not as steep as the Beamsville Bench and the soils are rich in sedimentary shale and heavy blue clay, as well as some very fine sediment. It's the warmest sub-appellation of the main ridge, and the coldest area of them all in the winter, which explains why Henry of Pelham produces a lot of icewine. Over the years, I have come to believe that the wines from the Short Hills Bench tend to be juicier and softer than those of the Beamsville Bench, but are just as flavorful and intense.
89 points - Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar, Feb 2012 (2008 vintage)
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