The food we were enjoying was a hodge-podge of different selections off the bar menu. A Mediterranean rotizza (cheese, roasted pepper and kalamata olives), a tangy crab-artichoke dip, juicy wings with a medium hot dip and crab cakes were shared by myself and two close friends.
The wine was a perfect match for the entire menu.
Lots of apricot, peach, citrus and a little floral aromas with lemon and apple on the palate and some mineral on a dry finish gave this wine everything I look for in a great Riesling. Nice fruit, smooth and balanced and now among one of my favorites. The suggested retail on this wine is $12-$14, but can be found on line for under $9.
Grape Variety: 100% Riesling
Appellation: Finger Lakes
Total Acidity: 7.65 g/L
Alcohol by Volume: 12.1
Fermentation: Stainless SteelProduction Level: 1000 cases