I have a couple bottles squirreled away.Dan Smothergill wrote:The Argetsinger is very good, but 21 Brix Dry Riesling is the best by a US producer that I've ever had. The winery is in far western NY, Portland, a few miles from the Pennsylvania border. We stopped to buy a case on the way to Presque Isle for juice a few weeks ago only to find they had none left. A restaurant in Buffalo had bought it all up. Someone in Buffalo knows something.
Carl Eppig wrote:The grape is so versatile that it is no wonder that the ones various people think it best are all over the map. I personally like slightly off dry Finger Lakes Riesling best and so does my wife; so who cares what other people think?
Craig Winchell wrote:I've heard that the Michigan wine country was close enough to Detroit to commute to. I had never heard that Michigan Riesling was that good. This really opens things up, as I'm somewhat sick of living in Los Angeles, and could use a change. Detroit is considered a great place to live, Jewishwise, certainly more wholesome than LA. Anyone know a good producer who needs a good winemaker?