Dry Riesling named Wine Spectator’s Top 100 Wines of the World for 2011

The Wine Spectator lists Ravines Dry Riesling as one of this year’s 100 most interesting wines of the world!  This follows recent accolades by Eric Asimov, New York Times wine editor calling Ravines “One of the best producers in the Finger Lakes,” and recommended Ravines Dry Riesling as his top pick for Thanksgiving saying, “among some excellent whites, it was our favorite wine with food.”

Wine Spectator Top 100 Wines

“Ravines Dry Riesling is like no other, it is my own personal expression of Finger Lakes Riesling. Each vintage is different in its own way, but the style does not change: delicate aromas of floral, citrus and fruit, vibrant acidity and a mineral-tinged finish. I stir the lees to create a richer mouthfeel and ferment out the sugar which brings focus to the flavors and aromas.”

-Winemaker, Morten Hallgren

Due to high demand, we are now sold out of our 2009 Dry Riesling. The 2010 vintage is now available, exhibiting many the same qualities and nuances of flavor.

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