Please welcome our new wine label that hails from our winery and vineyards on Keuka Lake across the "ravine" from Ravines. The name is an homage to the hard-working people in the vineyards and fields. It is a reminder that wine is an agricultural product that needs to be planted, cultivated, tended to and harvested before it is made into wine and put into the bottle. The vineyard workers are often pruning in the snow during March, then tying vines in April; they move on to wire work and shoot thinning as summer begins, then dropping clusters to adjust crop loads in the heat of the summer, as well as doing all of the hand-harvesting of fruit in the fall. So…let’s all raise a glass to the Agricolāe!
Beautiful aromatics of white peach, lime pith and tangerine. Fleshy, dry and refreshing with a lingering mineral finish.
A bright, dry blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and 6% Muscat Ottonel, an Alsatian variety. Citrus, melon and delicate floral aromas with a rounded mouth feel.
Lovely orchard and stone fruits intermingle, along with a round palate of guava, yellow pepper and complimenting acidity. These are the last grapes from the 16-Falls vineyard before the old vines were torn out, making it the final example you'll find of a cool-climate Pinot Gris from that site.
A favorite of longtime Ravines fans, It was previously known as the Keuka Village White, which we first made in 2002. A blend of Cayuga, a Cornell developed grape and Vignoles, a French-American Hybrid, which we blend into an off-dry, easy-drinking wine.