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Red Tail Ridge Riesling Semi-Sweet 750ml 2010
Sku: 10138
Pear and melon aromas accompanied by rich flavors of citrus and pink grapefruit on the palate. This wine has a luscious, full texture in the mouth with a little ting of citrus peel in the fi ...more
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Country: United States
Region: New York
Grape Varietal: Riesling
Type: Still wine
Reg. 15.99
Buy Red Tail Ridge Riesling Semi-Sweet
Aromas and flavors of melon, pineapple and apricot meet subtle notes of candied ginger and fresh nectarines on the palate. Viscous but with balanced acidity, the lengthy finish features hints of dried pineapple.

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Pear and melon aromas accompanied by rich flavors of citrus and pink grapefruit on the palate. This wine has a luscious, full texture in the mouth with a little ting of citrus peel in the finish.
Technical notes
Made of 100% estate grown fruit, the grapes were fermented in small-lot stainless steel tanks and malolactic was blocked.

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The Winery Red Tail Ridge is a 35 acre vineyard and winery located on the western shore of Seneca Lake in the Finger Lakes region of up-state New York. It is named after the two nesting pair of hawks who live in the woods surrounding the vineyard. They are our constant companions when we are working on the vines. We are a husband and wife team, so vineyard development, winegrowing, winemaking and marketing are currently divided up between us, Mike Schnelle and Nancy Irelan. Our Philosophy Personal Touch At Red Tail Ridge Winery we specialize in limited production wines because we believe that quality is more important than quantity. Keeping our production down allows us to better monitor the details of the wine making process. We produce small-lots (sometimes less than 50 cases) to further preserve and enhance the varietal characteristics that we generate in the vineyard. picture of winery overlooking Seneca Lake Experimentation We also believe that experimentation is an important step towards unlocking our vineyard’s, and this region’s, potential. We have 20 acres of cool climate varieties: Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Riesling. While you may be most familiar with these cool climate varieties, we are also examining some more obscure red varieties that work well in cooler regions of Europe–namely, Germany, Austria, Hungary and Trentino Italy. For example, we currently have a small plot of Teroldego, and a few rows of Dornfelder. Teroldego is a red Italian grape variety grown in Alto-Adige. The wines produced from this variety have been compared to Zinfandel due to their deep color, brambly blackberriness, solid acidity and moderate tannin structure. Dornfelder is a red variety grown in Germany that produces medium body wines with velvety texture, slightly floral notes and flavors of plums, blackberries and/or cherry. We also make Blaufrankisch from a local vineyard. The variety is well known in cooler regions of Europe; the wines are peppery and cherry with slight herbal notes of oregano and rosemary and a good balance of acidity in the finish. Over the next couple of years we will be planting small experimental plots of other obscure varieties to examine their potential to produce high quality dry red wines in the Finger Lakes.

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