We sampled the large range on offer from their cellar door and in particular were taken by the different Rieslings in their range. From the very dry, crisp style - best drunk with food such as a lemon infused ceviche of (raw) fish, an “off-dry” Riesling with a hint of sweetness, perfect with any cooked seafood dish, to a medium sweet “classic” style typical of many European Rieslings and an excellent match for spicy Asian dishes or Thai curries. Four very different tasting wines from the one variety of grape. Their wooded chardonnay is also very good and is an easy drinking style. They also offer a Montepulciano D’abruzzo red which compares with similar wines from the Tuscan region of Italy from where it hails. I suggest that finally you sample their Gewurztraminer Riesling which is a honey and marmalade flavoured sticky wine that will have your taste buds dancing. If you are seeking to taste a wide range of wines and also to discover the differences that can occur with the same grape varietal, picked and processed at different times and with different methods, then Framingham is well worth a visit.
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