New York State White Wines

5 delicious selections from the Hudson Valley perfect for Spring


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New York State White Wines White wines tend to be more forgiving than red wines. The worst a winemaker can extract from an unripe white wine is high acid and lean, citrussy flavors. Unripe red wines run the gamut from vegetal to downright dirty flavors.

With this in mind, it should not be surprising to see an emerging region excel with white wines before their reds really start to rock. New York State’s Hudson Valley region has already established their bona fides in this regard, though it seems no one was paying attention!

It’s time to take a look at what’s going on in the Hudson Valley, the reds are attractive but some of the whites are ready to take on the world!

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  • Over the past three years I've been exploring wines from states other than California, Oregon and Washington so I enjoyed these two articles on NY State red and white wines. Would it be possible to: 1) provide some information on where these wines can be bought as well as their costs? 2) offer similar articles on wines from less familiar states like Virginia, Michigan, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachussetts, New Jersey, New Mexico, Idaho, etc? Thanks!

    Mar 20, 2012 at 2:30 PM


  • Snooth User: danodonn
    517257 10

    Long Island.... we get no respect!

    Mar 20, 2012 at 8:06 PM


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