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Friday, June 18, 2010

New York Cork Report Reviews Whitecliff 2009 Riesling


Lenn Thompson reviewed Michael and Yancey Migliore's Whitecliff Vineyards 2009 Riesling on the New York Cork Report.


Here's the begining...

June 17, 2010
Whitecliff Vineyards 2009 Riesling
By Lenn Thompson, Executive Editor


Disappointingly few rieslings made in the Hudson Valley from Finger Lakes fruit maintain the true character of the fruit's origin. There are many reasons why this could be, some unavoidable.
Trucking fruit or juice from central New York to the Hudson Valley certainly isn't going to make for a pristine start to the winemaking process. That can't help. Add manipulative or extremely low-tech winemaking techniques (lack of temperature control during fermentation for instance) and it's easy to see why many rieslings made and bottled in the Hudson Valley under the "New York State" AVA can be tasty, but rarely express or are recognizable as being born in the Finger Lakes.

Not so with the Whitecliff Vineyards 2009 Riesling ($15).
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