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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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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FOOD & WINE – Eiswein Fact Sheet

BY RICHARD NALLEY for FOOD&WINE Imagine the perfect, leafy, green, suns truck vineyard, then shift it to winter gray, with grapes hanging on snow-covered vines, and you have a still-life portrait of how ice wines are made. Silky, complex, and…

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FOOD & WINE – Pioneering a Great New York State Rielsing

Written by ANDREW ESSEX Researched by DAN PHILIPS Photography by EDWARD GAIDEL And they said it couldn’t be done. Twenty-five years ago, Herman J. Wiemer, a soft spoken German emigre, planted vinifera grapes in the unforgiving soil of western New…

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