With the warm 2007 vintage, vintners in New York's Finger Lakes region have finally gotten a chance to show what they might be capable of producing in terms of red wines. Typically, the region's reds are light-bodied and crisp, and they pale in comparison to the quality of the whites, notably Riesling.
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