Supposedly 2009 wasn’t an easy harvest in the Finger Lakes, but you’d never guess it based on this wine. Lovely rich aromas of toasted fruit, burnt sugar and earth. Nice fully developed fruit, plummy on the palate, and some good acidity for balance. Moderate finish, light at the very end.
The Finger Lakes Region is perhaps best known for its Rieslings and Cabernet Francs, but unique hybrids like Traminette, developed by Cornell University, are the treasure of the region. Cornell released its first hybrid in 1906, but it was the-read more-
New Yorkers love finding the next big thing, and if they do it in California, Virginia, even not-so-far-away Long Island, presumably it is time for a city of 8 million people to catch on. This is why, in a time-read more-