Simply put, this wine makes me want to take a few days off and tour the Finger Lakes region of NY to sip all along every body of water...including Cayuga Lake, where this is made.
We first encountered this wine in Schoharie, NY at a fairly new cafe called Sweet Thyme right on picturesque main street. It was great with our lunch (delicous sandwiches) and we were tempted to have a second bottle.
The next day we set out to find it in a local wine shop...and we were in luck. We picked up a few bottles and the bottle we just had was the last of them.
When we poured it into glasses this time, we both noticed that it is so light that it is almost colorless. It smelled great and tasted even better. This is a great, affordable ($7), wine that would be even better in the summer on a hot day.
Again, if you're not in upstate NY, you may have a hard time finding this one (we've not seen it anywhere else)...but if you can get your hands on a bottle or six...you definitely should.
(Note: This review appeared originally on Slingin' Ink)