Eric Asimov, wine writer for the New York Times, mentioned Ravines Dry Riesling in his recent article "12 Everday Bottles for Wine Lovers."
"Yet riesling is such an eloquent grape that I wouldn’t want to restrict myself to its sweet expression. Dry rieslings from Germany, Austria, even New York can easily substitute for the St.-Véran for a change of inflection. Entry-level versions from producers like Ravines, Peter Lauer and Bründlmayer may run $15 to $25."
~ Eric Asimov, New York Times
Riesling is readily described as a fundamental bottle of wine, given it's versatility when pairing the wine with food. Ravines Dry Riesling features a focused mineral expression and a vivacious acidity that is sure to please any palate.