This is one of the priciest Finger Lakes region Rieslings. It is a nice wine, but there isn't really any value here. Light silvery gold in color. The nose is lemony with nice fruit. It is holding onto its youth quite nicely. On the palate, this has a candied quality that is nice. While it is dry, there is a feeling of sweetness and perhaps just a hint of it on the palate. The finish has a bit of a bitter grapefruit note that was noted in a few of the Finger Lakes Rieslings. Food friendly. This should be good for ten years or so but its unclear if it will improve or just hold.
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