Riesling Prevails in New York's Finger Lakes

A difficult 2013 yields mixed results, but the region's top grape succeeds once again
From the Feb 28, 2015, issue

Nature giveth and nature taketh away. Following the 2012 harvest, considered by most Finger Lakes vintners to be the best in recent memory, 2013 proved a challenge. Wine Spectator's James Molesworth explains.

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