27 Enticing White Wines

New reviews of late-release 2009 Rieslings from the Finger Lakes region of New York, 17 priced at $20 or less
Jan 28, 2011
It seems the single-vineyard craze is really catching hold in the Finger Lakes, where producers are adding quality and diversity to their portfolios with an increasing number of small-production, site-specific bottlings that highlight upstate New York's best grape, Riesling. All 27 of these whites come from the cool, wet 2009 vintage, which tested the region's winemakers.

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