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February 18, 2010


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Whenever I make my way over to Seneca, I will definitely have to try this riesling. I'm a sucker for orange on the nose.
On my one previous visit to Damiani, the reds definitely drew more of my attention, but I also liked their white table wine quite a bit because of its citrus character. As far as FLX table wines go, Damiani's Dolce Bianco is near the top of my list.

Can anyone tell me where the Argetsinger vineyard is located? Just curious.

Thanks for sharing the review of Damiani Wine Cellars 2008 Riesling. Will try it. It was nice going through your blog.

Cyclist - Just off Tug Hollow Road, I believe, near the Hoffman Ranch. South of Red Newt by several miles.

Sorry that we missed you, Lenn - we were at Damiani last Saturday (although we did meet Dano from Dano's Heuriger while we were tasting there). We didn't pick up any of the Riesling, but got the Gewurztraminer instead. Really nice.

Sam's vineyard is certainly one of my favorite places to visit- and when he's there discussing growing philosophy I find myself thinking there's no place I'd rather be. Beautiful fruit, great vibe.

Try following the below link to see some pics of Sam and the vineyard: http://www.flickr.com/photos/45523998@N07/

If you're interested in sampling this wine don't wait too long- we're down to our last half-pallet. Thanks Lenn for reviewing it!

I tried this wine from the tank and thought it was excellent then--can't wait to try the bottled version.

Evan - Is Tug Hollow Rd the Co. Rt. 5 between Burdett and Rt. 414? I must have been by there dozens of times without even knowing.

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