WINE & SPIRITS Fall 2012 Issue

Our 2010 Magdalena Dry Riesling was recognized as one of the Top 100 Terroirs around the world. In addition, Hermann was chosen as a “new world dirt prophet,” representing the Finger Lakes wine region. Read more.  

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NEW YORK TIMES August 2012

New York Times column, “The Pour,” highlights 12 Great American Wines. Eric Asimov credits our Dry Riesling 2011: “The label says ‘Dry Riesling,’ but in fact it’s slightly sweet, like an old-school German kabinett riesling from the days before global warming. Nonetheless,…

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FOOD & WINE MAGAZINE’S WINE GUIDE 2012

The Wine Guide from FOOD & WINE Magazine highly recommends Hermann J. Wiemer in the 2012 issue. The Guide states: “..exhilarating bottlings that rival the best from overseas” and continues with: “This winery in New York’s Finger Lakes region produces…

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WINE & SPIRITS – Top 100 Wineries of 2011

Hermann J. Wiemer Vineyard will for the 3rd year in a row receive the prestigious honor of being named among the Top 100 Wineries of the year by Wine & Spirits Magazine. This year we are joined by an additional…

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WINE SPECTATOR – Top 100 Wines 2010

Hermann J. Wiemer joins a list of emerging stars and time-honored stalwarts in Wine Spectators Top 100 Wines of 2010.

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WINE & SPIRITS August 2010

Top scores for our 2008 Rieslings

Wine & Spirits blind panel tasted 183 American Rieslings over the past 12 months and their critics rated Hermann J. Wiemer Rieslings the highest with 4 of the top 5 Rieslings and 3 or the top 5 dessert Rieslings. See…

August 2010 Wine & Spirits
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FOOD & WINE MAGAZINE – Review of Reserve Chardonnay 2003

Wine Guide 2009

While the Wiemer estate, under its German founder, is best known for excellent Rieslings, it also capably handles Chardonnay: conjuring soft vanilla and acacia aromas with flavors of apricot and good acidity on the light, crisp palate.  

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TIMES TRIBUNE – Best Wines Have Sense of Novelty

Winestein: David Falcheck, Wine Critic

Every year, wine offers some­ thing new to discover. New grape varieties or wine producers become popular. For­ gotten ones make comebacks. Some areas may have a great vintage flop. Entirely new nations and regions emerge on the global scene….

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WINE & SPIRITS – The Finger Lakes Reach Beyond Riesling

Wine and Spirits - April, 2007

As though clawing their way south toward Pennsylvania, western New York’s Finger Lakes reach out across the site of a 500 million-year-old seabed. When glaciers gouged their way along the riverbeds of this region in the last ice age, deep…

WINE & SPIRITS APRIL 2007
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FOOD & WINE MAGAZINE’S WINE GUIDE 2006

New York Wines

The Empire State is the third largest wine producer in the U.S. Much of its output is simple, grapey wines made from the native Vitis labrusca, but New York also makes top-notch wines from Vitis vinifera, the European family of…

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