April 22, 2016 |
Recent Press |
Wine with Great Depth Does Not Always Require Deep Pockets
Photo: Tony Cenicola/The New York Times
Eric Asimov, wine writer for the New York Times, compiled a list of 20 great wines for under $20. Included among the world renowned wines is Ravines Wine Cellars' Dry Riesling.
Riesling has been a great success story in the Finger Lakes, and though it’s not the only winner in the region, it’s been by far the dominant grape there. Year in and year out, Ravines’s riesling has been one of my favorites. It’s absolutely refreshing, with earthy, citrus and wet stone flavors. If you like this, try the Ravines Argetsinger Vineyard riesling, a firmer, deeper single-vineyard version.
Eric Asimov - New York Times
Ravines Wine Cellars strives to make a valuable product, not in a monetary sense, but in the pleasure a great glass of wine can impart. Our Dry Riesling has won accolades from popular wine trade magazines including several placings in Wine Spectator's Top 100. While some wine producers would be inclined to increase the price of such award winning wines, we take pride in offering our Dry Riesling at a price that doesn't include the hype. We do this knowing that the vivid aroma and lively taste of our Riesling is truly priceless.