"One of the stars in the region, Ravines makes everything well, including the reds. This was a stunning group, perhaps led by the amazing sparkler at a great price." - Mark Squires, Robert Parker's the Wine Advocate in July 2019, (giving all 8 wines he reviewed 90+ points)
Ravines Dry Riesling is a unique and elegant expression of the Finger Lakes terroir. The bouquet of the wine is delicate with intricate aromas of white flowers mingled with pear, apple and citrus notes followed by a lingering mineral finish and a vibrant acidity.
The White Springs Vineyard is a unique site with protected slopes of limestone soil. This Riesling is an elegant, dry style with delicate aromatics, distinct minerality and vibrant acidity. This wine has received four 90+ scores from major U.S. publications. 91points from Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, 92 points from Vinous Media, 91 points from Wine & Spirits Magazine and 90 points from Wine Spectator!
The NY Times’ Eric Asimov described a previous vintage of this wine as the “Best American Riesling I’ve ever tasted.” An expressive and vibrant wine from sloping limestone soils on the southeastern edge of Seneca Lake.
A dynamic chardonnay, bursting with baked apples, lemon zest and cloves. Restrained use of French oak, creamy textural components and a saline minerality provides lovely precision and balance along a lengthy, energetic finish.
Mostly hand harvested, red blend of 57% Cabernet Sauvignon and 43% Merlot. This wine showcases beautiful, dark cherries, blackberry juice, baking spice, eucalyptus and savory herbs pepper from our estate vineyards on Seneca Lake.
Layers of plum and cherry fruit combine with brown spices as well as elements of violet and “forest floor." This Pinot shows a soft, round mouthfeel with a rich texture. The finish is long and smooth with a nice spicy finish.
Vibrant crimson in color with a bright, inviting nose of red and black currants. Seductive and layered on the palate with juicy plum, red and green pepper, tart strawberry and hints of violets. Silky tannins, black cherries and cloves form an herbaceous finish.