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Ravines Wine Cellars

Dry Riesling 2020

Bright flavors of lime, peach, flint, fennel and charred pineapple. A beautiful and succulent, dry riesling that shows terrific balance and tension from the integrated acidity.

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SKU: B-Rav-14123-20
Wine Specs
Finger Lakes AVA
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Wine Profile
94 Points, Decanter Magazine “This delicious wine is an incredible value. The 'entry-level' dry Riesling is blended mainly from fruit from the White Springs and 16 Falls vineyards. In the cool 2019 conditions, these sites delivered lovely aromas of lime, Williams pears and green apple with a hint of hawthorn flowers. The great impression of fruit brings an elegant balance to this bone-dry wine, and the nervy acidity and extract propel it to a lovely, lingering finish. Drinking Window 2022 - 2045.” – CC, 1/31/22
92 Points, Wine Spectator “Enticing, with bright honeysuckle and orange blossom notes leading the way, backed by Meyer lemon, white peach and clementine flavors at the core. The racy, fresh finish has nice tension, with a quinine note lingering. Drink now through 2025. Tasted twice, with consistent notes. 5,640 cases made.” – JM, 5/15/22
Vineyard Notes
92 Points, Wine & Spirits Magazine “(Best Buy) This leads with a beguiling scent of camellia and lemon, overlying a pineapple depth of flavor and granular texture. Its flavors are elegant and light, with a phenolic persistence that adds some grip. It’s a lot of wine for the price.” – PC, 5/1/22
Production Notes
90 Points, Wine Advocate “The 2019 Dry Riesling is a roughly equal blend of Seneca Lake's 16 Falls and White Springs vineyards (with just a dollop from Keuka Lake). It's dry (four grams of sugar, with 9.2 grams of total acidity) and comes in at 12.5% alcohol. This drinks well, perhaps thanks to having that extra year of bottle aging. The acidity, though evident, is well integrated and countered by the fruit. There's plenty of power, but it is never shrill. The juicy finish is also filled with fruit. This is a super Dry Riesling and a nice bargain. It should age well and develop more, but it is going to be hard to resist this summer.” – MS, 4/21/22