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November 05, 2008

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Sub-prime scores...they should be higher...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGPSz3JtyYg

Don Giovanni (John Z.): What the heck are you talking about? What scores are sub-prime? Also...I followed your link and I'm also wondering what this riesling shoot out is. You make it seem like a big deal but there's no info about it anywhere, even on your own website. Are you the only one participating? Also, are you posting at 3:32 AM because you're up late or up early? So many questions...

Thanks, Bob. This must have been an interesting event and between your recent adventure and Lenn's, I'm sure many more Californians are talking about Finger Lakes rieslings.

Beyond the dry and sweet dynamic which seemed to headline this event, what qualities of the FL rieslings did the participants most admire?

Hello,

Eno...

FYI up Early...

The info...

So the place Verasions at Glenora ...Glenora Wine Cellars
5435 Route 14
Dundee, NY 14837 web site for directions Click On Me

7:PM November 8th 2008 our group will be 27 to 30 inc the 15 tasters...tasting first followed by dinner...dinner is Dutch treat...we will have plenty of wine...min 3 bottles of wine per entry so that's a total of 30 bottles of the Riesling shoot-out wine plus some other wines I will provide ... in short no shortage of wine...

Hi Jason,

Good question.

I think most tasters were just reacting spontaneously to the style and balance of the wines. Most of them had not been exposed to a consistent flight of dry Riesling wines. Only a few of them had tasted Finger Lakes wines. The drier of the dry were the most preferred. The wines were ordered using the new scale from the International Riesling Foundation (based on a ratio of residual sugar to acid.

Bob

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