Red Newt Cellars 'Lahoma Knoll' Riesling 2014
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This is a white wine imageRed Newt Cellars 'Lahoma Knoll' Riesling 2014

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Vinous Media 95
"An extraordinary wine, this is Finger Lakes dry Riesling at its finest. The nose is an exotic combination of kefir lime, lemon candy, mint, and thyme. The palate is just as expressive as the nose, offering a perfect balance between flesh and acid—rather than one swelling as the other dwindles, they march in sync from entry through to finish. A wine of remarkable intensity and purity, the 2014 The Knoll concludes with an ... read more
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Item ID: #27400
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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Vinous Media 95
"An extraordinary wine, this is Finger Lakes dry Riesling at its finest. The nose is an exotic combination of kefir lime, lemon candy, mint, and thyme. The palate is just as expressive as the nose, offering a perfect balance between flesh and acid—rather than one swelling as the other dwindles, they march in sync from entry through to finish. A wine of remarkable intensity and purity, the 2014 The Knoll concludes with an epic finish of tremendous mineral depth. 5 grams per liter residual sugar."~K.W.

James Suckling 94
"Really concentrated but also beautifully balanced with the white-peach, grapefruit and mineral flavors that are really ripe and build to a powerful and complex finish that doesn't want to stop. Already very impressive, but could well gain in that complexity with more ageing. Should easily carry a decade in the cellar."~J.S.

Wine Advocate 92
"The 2014 Riesling "Lahoma Vineyards - The Knoll" is the second vintage of this bottling. Not likely to be released until spring 2017, it comes in with 5 grams per liter of residual sugar and 12.6% alcohol. Call this an early look, since we've certainly seen some evidence that Red Newt's Rieslings blossom and improve with age. Quite dry, it shows off the big acidity that the winery clearly likes (I do, too) and a lively, fresh feel. The big finish has the promise of fine things to come as this ages. It is simply gripping and intense. The future seems bright here. It may yet be entitled to an uptick."~M.S.

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Red Newt CellarsRed Newt Cellars is located on the east side of Seneca Lake in the hamlet of Hector in the Finger Lakes region of New York. Red Newt Cellars was founded in 1998 by David and Debra Whiting. Wine production was started with the 1998 vintage with a mere 1,200 cases of Chardonnay, Riesling, Vidal, Cayuga, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. The first white wines were released at the grand opening of the winery and restaurant in July of 1999.

Debra and David have received recognition from local and regional press as well as from national publications such as Food and Wine, Nations Restaurant News, and Wine Spectator. Recently, Red Newt Cellars has been named among Wine & Spirits Magazine’s 2011 Top 100 wineries of the year. The Wine Spectator describes David and Debra as “untrammeled lovers of the Finger Lakes scene,” and it couldn’t be more true. David and Debra Whiting met in the late 1980s. At that time David was working as cellar master at a Finger Lakes winery while Debra was supervising microbiology labs at Cornell University. Following a passion for food and wine, David continued his oenological career as winemaker at three different wineries in the Finger Lakes. Debra’s path led her into a gourmet cheesecake business and then an upscale catering business. When the opportunity arose in 1998, David started wine production with the 1998 vintage and the following summer Debra opened the Red Newt Bistro concurrent with the first wine releases in June of 1999. Red Newt Cellars represented the achievement of David and Debra’s longtime goal to combine their efforts and expertise in the exploration of regional wine and cuisine. Their focus was on not only producing exceptional wines and food, but also creating a synergy between them.

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Ronald

Lovely NY Riesling

"I bought six more of these because it is such a beautiful wine, and would love to see it age."

Gary

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