"This is the absolute closest to equal meshing of the wine world and the beer world thats ever been done commercially," says Dogfish's Sam Calagione.
Sourcing from Alexandria Nicole Cellars in Prosser, Washington, Dogfish Head added Pinot Gris must and botrytized Viognier must to a brew made from pils and wheat malts and fermented the mix with a Belgian yeast strain. The result is certain to satisfy even the most divided house, with brisk carbonation and a clean malt core that's lifted with sweet vinous characteristics and botrytis accents of softly honeyed peach and apricot. It finishes dry and spicy, with a slight acidic lift to the close. Given the higher alcohol, this is a bottle to share.
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