Diversity in the Empire State

New York's Finger Lakes, Long Island and Hudson Valley make wines in many styles
Diversity in the Empire State
The Riesling vineyards of Dr. Konstantin Frank, overlooking Keuka Lake. (Courtesy of Dr Konstantin Frank)
Oct 15, 2017

New York state's wine game is plenty strong these days. Here's a primer on what you need to know to find the best. Wine Spectator's James Molesworth explains.

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