Alsace, but held back on a few German Riesling which were very good, but a little pricey. That and a fact I felt they were no better than my favorite Finger Lake wines and had a $25 average price compared to a $14-$18 price for the New York wines. That may change, because I am always looking for that cheap price and after I retire this month, I may be looking for very cheap pricing and I think I just found one.
I found a new local wine shop recently and while chit-chatting with a young lady at the counter about Rieslings she very highly recommended a German Riesling that has become her favorite and it was very inexpensive, a Clean Slate Riesling 2011 ($10). I have also found on-line for under $8. For that price on a German Riesling, I will try and I am glad I did.
Color was a bright straw yellow. Lots of peach aromas with a lemon/lime citrus and hints of watermelon on the nose. Nice acidity with flavors of peach and some tropical fruits. A medium finish with light mineral or slate, but still had lots of peach and a little sweetness. I drank this while watching the Olympics and munching on some light cheddar cheese. This is a perfect wine for spicy oriental, fish, scallops and summer salads and very enjoyable just sipping. Very highly recommended.