This month's selections: Hermann J. Wiemer Vineyard 2008 Dry Riesling and Pellegrini Vineyards 2005 Merlot
By Lenn Thompson, Editor-in-Chief
Despite my lack of a good picture of one, today I'm happy to announce our New York Cork Club selections for April: Hermann J. Wiemer Vineyard 2008 Dry Riesling and Pellegrini Vineyards 2005 Merlot.
If you read this site, you've probably already our review of the Wiemer so I won't go into the notes again. The Pellegrini review will be published next week, but needless to say, I like it quite a bit to include it in the club.
Not familiar with the New York Cork Club?
You can read about it, but the quick and dirty of it is that we've partnered with BacchusWineOnline.com to build a wine club that features only wines made in New York -- making more accessible to people around the country.
Over the years, we've chosen wines from each of the state's four major wine regions and continue to seek out the most interesting, most unique and smallest-lot wines -- many of which you can't get your hands on outside of a winery's tasting room.
You can sign up for a month or for a year and cancel at any time. And while the price varies from month-to-month depending on the wines selected, we always keep it under $60 and often far less.
Interesting in signing up? You can do so on the Bacchus website.