Dark and smoky with notes of struck flint and crushed minerals, this wonderfully complex Riesling is unctuous on the palate with dried peach and mango flavors that shine. Quite dry yet lusciously textured with hints of lanolin and mineral oil.
Sweet-pea vines and green herbs add freshness to the perfumed flower and luscious peach-nectar notes. A classically-styled Pinot Gris, this is dry yet mouthfilling and rich. It finishes long, with notes of stone fruit and black tea leaves.
This lively Vignoles starts with aromas of citrus, spice and tropical fruit, followed by semi-dry, warming spice flavors mingled with crisp fruit. Lively, easydrinking and full of personality. Pair with Thai or Moroccan cuisine.
Rich, mouthwatering aromas of flowers, citrus and spice are followed by pretty, balanced flavors with a lively, spicy backbone. Fresh but floral and round—a balanced and lovely white. Pair with Indian or Thai cuisine.
Subtle and crisp in profile, this not-quite-dry Riesling from Lakewood Vineyards is delicate in its soft, slightly underripe peach and apricot tones. Vibrant acidity and a clean, floral spray on the finish make it wonderfully refreshing.
A standout among New York Pinot Noirs, Lakewood’s offering escapes the excessive acidity trap and offers a well-structured palate framed by chewy tannins. The palate shows flavors of strawberries but is too dense at this point to yield much complexity; a few years in the bottle should solve this problem. Drink with roasted duck or quail.
Lakewood hits the mark with this affordable Cabernet Franc. Earthy, attractive aromas of spice and pepper unfold into flavors of raspberry, cherry and more pepper. The wine has depth and weight without being heavy, thanks to a decent amount of acid. The finish is slightly weak but overall, a good wine and friendly.
A citric, toasty nose leads into fresh and fruity flavors of lemon, toast and spice in this fun and friendly sparkler. Pair with fruit, desserts or sip on its own—it’s great for a balmy day and a dependable everyday sip.