Finger Lakes

Captivating natural beauty and the best Riesling on this side of the Atlantic
Issue: May 31, 2006

Line up three glasses of Riesling from three Seneca Lake wineries for a tasting and you will discover something compelling: terroir. Each wine will show a lively balance of fruit and crispness. But a Riesling from the southeastern shore of the lake will likely have vibrant lime and grapefruit flavors, while one from the western shore will show notes of mineral and slate, and one from farther north on the lake will taste of honey and lush apricot.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands May 31, 2006.

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