Heron Hill Winery Heron Hill Late Harvest Vidal Blanc 2007

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Wine Characteristics This extraordinary late harvest wine exhibits peach and mango aromas with a hint of vanilla, balanced by an exotic, spicy finish that invites another taste. All grapes are hand harvested with sorting done in the vineyard. Grapes are left sweet and dehydrated by several hard frosts before harvest. Food Pairings Like most dessert wines, this wine is meant to be enjoyed on its own after a meal or paired with desserts like stone fruit tarts, flan, bread pudding or goat cheese with walnuts and a honey drizzle. Try it with Seared Peaches with Marscapone. Awards Gold - Florida State Fair International Wine Competition Gold, 90 Points - BTI World Wine Championships

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Heron Hill Winery, world-class wine, ambiance and experience. Heron Hill Winery is nestled into a hill overlooking scenic Keuka Lake in New York’s Finger Lakes region. For over 30 years the winery has set the highest standards for wine quality, customer satisfaction and tasting room experience. Since its first vintage in 1977, Heron Hill has steadily grown from a small 5,000 case winery th... Read more
Heron Hill Winery, world-class wine, ambiance and experience. Heron Hill Winery is nestled into a hill overlooking scenic Keuka Lake in New York’s Finger Lakes region. For over 30 years the winery has set the highest standards for wine quality, customer satisfaction and tasting room experience. Since its first vintage in 1977, Heron Hill has steadily grown from a small 5,000 case winery that only made white wines into a dynamic 20,000 case production facility and entertainment destination for more than 50,000 people every year. Heron Hill’s grape grower and owner, John Ingle often says that Heron Hill has “boot prints in its vineyards, not tire tracks.” People maintain the vines at Heron Hill, not machines. This personal approach and commitment to quality is evident throughout every aspect of making, serving, and selling Heron Hill’s wines. These guiding principles have remained constant through the years – from hand-maintaining the vineyards to hand-harvesting grapes to offering educational and enjoyable tastings and hosting events that combine food, wine, and entertainment. Today, Heron Hill offers nearly 20 wine varieties; crisp and light Rieslings, aromatic dry Chardonnays, the winery’s legendary Eclipse series, spicy, exotic Pinot Noirs and Cabernet Francs, and our winemaker’s specially crafted dessert wines. During the past nearly 30 years, Heron Hill has won many awards for its distinctive, elegant wines and continues to be at the forefront of Finger Lakes winemaking. In 2006, Heron Hill opened a satellite tasting room and gift shop on the West side of Seneca Lake. Located on Route 14 in Himrod, the new facility exemplifies everything Heron Hill, from the customer service to the elegant wines. Visit Heron Hill’s website at www.heronhill.com and join the mailing list to keep up to date with what’s going on at the winery. Heron Hill Winery is on Facebook – search “Heron Hill Winery” to become a fan. The winery also has a new blog, with ten different people from the winery posting. Visit www.heronhillwines.blogspot.com to read about what is happening at the winery! Read less

External Reviews for Heron Hill Winery Heron Hill Late Harvest Vidal Blanc

External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
05/18/2011

Promotes peach and mango aromas balanced by an exotic, spicy finish that invites another taste.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
05/18/2011

Bright, with nice intensity to the white peach, yellow apple and pineapple flavors, backed by a rounded, frankly sweet finish. Better than previously reviewed. Drink now.



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Wine Characteristics This extraordinary late harvest wine exhibits peach and mango aromas with a hint of vanilla, balanced by an exotic, spicy finish that invites another taste. All grapes are hand harvested with sorting done in the vineyard. Grapes are left sweet and dehydrated by several hard frosts before harvest. Food Pairings Like most dessert wines, this wine is meant to be enjoyed on its own after a meal or paired with desserts like stone fruit tarts, flan, bread pudding or goat cheese with walnuts and a honey drizzle. Try it with Seared Peaches with Marscapone. Awards Gold - Florida State Fair International Wine Competition Gold, 90 Points - BTI World Wine Championships

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