Pretty cool to be able to try a Finger Lakes Albariño. Unfortunately, this bottle seemed very off. That said, a couple of people (with respected palates) at the tasting quite enjoyed the wine. Light green/gold in color. The nose has wet rocks, hay and plenty of plastic band-aid notes. Typically, that is a sign of a brettanomyces yeast infection. That is not always a bad thing, but it is a bit rare to be found in a white wine. On the palate, the plastic note continues along with a bitter grapefruit juice finish. I am curious if this was an off bottle or typical from the winery. It was purchased at retail in New York from a reliable store. At $17, it is fairly priced if this is a wine that you like.