Editor's Note: No one is a prophet in their own country, goes the saying. It seems true for winemaking in the Finger Lakes, sometimes, as Katrina Anderson found out, when she noted how New York wine lists - even the ones in the Finger Lakes themselves - often made little room for local wines. Are the wines too expensive or is the quality lacking? Who is interested — or not — in New York wines? Such are the questions the piece seeks to answer. –Rémy Charest, Editor
What is it going to take for New York wines to get the presence they deserve across New York State? Why are they so difficult to find outside tasting rooms?
Pair with mustard crusted pork tenderloin and roasted root vegetables. Highly Recommended (92-95).
This is a very pleasant wine, not tremendously complex but offering a few honest layers of flavors. Recommended (88).
Drank itself well before I could write down more detailed tasting notes. Recommended.