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Maximilien Bottle

Maximilien 2016

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Equal parts Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, this warm vintage, meritage blend showcases beautiful, dark cherries, blackberry juice, baking spice, eucalyptus and savory herbs pepper…(Read More)

Dry Riesling Bottle

Dry Riesling 2016

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Intricate aromas of white flowers are mingled with pear, apple and citrus. A Wine Spectator “Top 100 Wines in the World” three times in the past seven vintages, this wine has crisp acidity and a dry, lingering finish…(Read More)

White Spring Vineyard Dry Riesling Bottle

Dry Riesling 2017

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Elegant and dry with delicate aromatics. Lush pineapple and apple blossom complement vibrant acidity and a distinct mineral finish. From limestone soils on our sloping estate vineyard on Seneca Lake…(Read More)

Maximilien Bottle

Maximilien 2015

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Deep ruby color with aromas of plum, cherry, cedar, and cloves. Soft tannins are created by extended barrel and cellar aging…(Read More)

On Sunday, January 27th we released an 11 year aged wine, Flor, with an extravagant wine dinner in our cellar room. Master Sommelier and renowned chef, Christopher Bates, created the menu and prepared dishes to pair with Flor and other Ravines wines. As a study and big proponent of fortified and oxidized wines…(Read More)

Bright and elegant with aromas of white flowers, lemon pith, and a touch of honey. Generously textured on the palate with a good acidity and pronounced minerality. We are excited to announce the release of our new sparkling wine, a 2008 Blanc de Blanc. This wine is made with 100% Chardonnay grapes from our Argetsinger…(Read More)

Each year, Wine & Spirits Magazine chooses 100 wineries from around the world as hallmarks of the industry. Ravines Wine Cellars was selected for producing a variety of high quality wines.  Land Baron:  Since moving to New York’s Finger Lakes in 1999, Denmark-born Morten Hallgren and his wife, Lisa, have…(Read More)

Late Harvest wines are produced by leaving the grapes on the vine one to two months longer than normal, which allows the grapes to become dehydrated and thus sweeter due to higher concentrations of sugar.  Workers covered the rows of grapes with netting to prevent the birds, deer and other critters from eating the…(Read More)

Last Sunday, January 15, Ravines kicked off its “Chef and Winemaker” series with a vertical tasting of 5 vintages of Ravines Meritage. Attendees had a chance to do a side-by-side tasting of the 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011 vintages, and winemaker Morten Hallgren surprised everyone by bringing a couple of bottles of the…(Read More)

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