Atwater Estate 'East/West' Riesling 2014
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AWARDS: Double Gold– New York Food & Wine Classic, 88 points Wine Spectator

TASTING NOTES: Juicy aromas of tangerine with a hint of flint or wet stone.
Light floral flavors, nice even balance of acidity and fruit with understated
intensity. The finish is delicate and soft, quite quaffable.

FOOD PAIRING SUGGESTIONS: Very food friendly, try this versatile wine with grilled chicken,
steamed lobster or sausages. Also, pairs very nicely with smoked salmon and cream sauces or
seared pork cutlets with prosciutto, ... read more
Item ID: #25484
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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AWARDS: Double Gold– New York Food & Wine Classic, 88 points Wine Spectator

TASTING NOTES: Juicy aromas of tangerine with a hint of flint or wet stone.
Light floral flavors, nice even balance of acidity and fruit with understated
intensity. The finish is delicate and soft, quite quaffable.

FOOD PAIRING SUGGESTIONS: Very food friendly, try this versatile wine with grilled chicken,
steamed lobster or sausages. Also, pairs very nicely with smoked salmon and cream sauces or
seared pork cutlets with prosciutto, sage and lemon.

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Atwater VineyardsWe couldn't grow the grapes we do without our lake. Seneca Lake's massive depth (over 600 feet!) retains heat, keeping the surrounding soils warmer in winter and cooler in spring, protecting delicate varieties that would otherwise freeze. In fact, the uniqueness of the soil, climate and growing conditions, or terroir, have earned "Seneca Lake" a position as a unique wine growing appellation region apart from the Finger Lakes.

Our vineyards are located in the southern portion of Seneca Lake, affectionately referred to as the "banana belt" region of the Finger Lakes. This area is a micro-climate within a macro-climate, warmer than any other spot in the region, allowing more challenging varieties the opportunity to grow and ripen.

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Barbara

Nice but not Atwater's best

"This is a nice but not great Riesling. Some pineapple and pear but not as much peach or apricot, as other Finger Lakes Rieslings."

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