Scents of waxy lemon peel, lanolin, fresh herb and fennel entice on this wonderfully dry Riesling, with penetrating lemon and white peach flavors. Brisk and vibrant, it has a refreshing crushed-stone minerality.
Vibrant with acidity and a core of crisp red-plum and cherry flavors, this bright, brambly Blaufränkisch is testament to the potential of red wine in the Finger Lakes. The palate is gorgeously fruity, but focused with a vein of crushed granite that lingers on the finish.
Aromas of smoke and sweet apple introduce an intensely flavored palate that’s full of ripe yellow peach, waxy flower and fresh fennel. Off-dry and bold in structure, it finishes with a hint of lanolin and a lingering minerality.
This is an impressive wine, with its aromas of pear, apple, spice and honey, and its rich spiced flavors buoyed by crisp acidity. Complex but refreshing, with a smooth, lingering finish. Overall, food friendly and stylish.
A nice racy version, with lots of petroleum and peach character shot through with notes of wet stone. Ends on a lingering grapefruit peel tone. Try with sweet and sour pork. Drink now.
Aromatic of sweet cream, ripe apple and buttered popcorn, this luxurious Chardonnay counters richness of flavor with brisk acidity and impeccably balanced alcohol. It’s irresistibly luscious but elegant.
This single-vineyard Chard with no oak has a light bouquet with nuances of white florals and red apple. The palate offers more heft and concentration with flavors of peach preserves and clementine supremes. Lower alcohol with a medium-length finish; rich and tasty without being overdone.
A subtle, pretty nose of vanilla, cherry and strawberry is backed up by bigger flavors of sour cherry, spice and vanilla. Fun and exuberant but not terribly delicate. A good match with meats and poultry.