Wine for Haiti Lot 54 – Heron Hill Riesling SOLD Palate Press January 18, 2010 Extra Features, FCG, Wine Spotlight 4 Comments Heron Hill, home of one of “The World’s Most Spectacular Tasting Rooms,” (Travel and Leisure Magazine, July 2009), generously contributed a case of their 2006 Ingle Vineyard Riesling. Retail Value $216.00. Lot 54 - Heron Hill Ingle Vineyard Riesling “A very structured single-vineyard Riesling that displays classic Riesling mineral and citrus character, lemon, lime and stone frame this regal Riesling. The fruit forward wine has a distinct melon character that reveals itself in each vintage. As all fine Rieslings should, this wine finishes crisp and clean. The winery’s most consistent gold medal winner, both here and abroad.” 17.5++ – Jancis Robinson 90 Points, Gold – Beverage Testing Institute Opening bid is $120.00. Minimum bid increment $10.00. [How it works- Each auction lot will get its own post. As soon as it gets its own post, the auction is live. Once a bit of time has passed, and people really know about Wine for Haiti, lots will go live AND HOT. Every item will got “hot” if bidding reaches retail value. Once hot, each lot is on a 24-hour cycle, ending at 10:00 p.m. Eastern Time. If a lot goes a full 24 hours, from 10:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., without a new bid, the last bid in the comments wins. If we get into a bidding war, with the same people going back and forth, one day at a time, we will post something in the comments of that Auction Lot and schedule a time to bid to the death, at a time mutually agreeable to everybody involved.] For more auction Wine for Haiti auction items, please see the Wine for Haiti Auction Catalogue. Antoinette Di Ciaccio $120. I can’t resist! MG Graham $130 Antoinette Di Ciaccio $140 http://www.palatepress.com David Honig LOT CLOSED. SOLD.