October 8, 2012 |
New York Times Top 12 American Value Wines
The New York Times wine critic, Eric Asimov, recently selected Ravines 2011 Dry Riesling as one of his Top 12 American Value Wines.
Ravines Finger Lakes Dry Riesling 2011, $15
A perfect contrast to the off-dry Hermann J. Weimer style. The Ravines Dry Riesling is truly dry and intensely mineral, succulent and lip-smacking. A great house white.
Check out Eric's full list of top 12 values in American wines and be sure to follow his blog! We love his appreciation for the Finger Lakes wine region and are always beyond thrilled when he recognizes any of our wines!
From the Finger Lakes, a Concentration of Good Wine
In my column this week, partly in response to a reader’s challenge, I suggest a dozen great values in American wines, all $20 and under. Some of you may be surprised at the selection, which includes four bottles from New York State. Really? Indeed! New York, especially the Finger Lakes region, may have the greatest concentration of good values in the United States. I picked two Finger Lakes rieslings, one from Ravines...
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