External Reviews for Lamoreaux Landing Riesling Dry
Probably the best value in New York State Riesling both the Dry and Semi Dry from Lamoreaux Landing have always been amazing. Light-bodied and totally crisp with green apple melon and light apricot notes.
A signature Lamoreaux Landing Riesling presenting intense notes of peach, apricot and lemon in harmony with an edge of minerality. A smooth palate is highlighted by lemon and green apple with a steely finish. Pair with meats, cream sauces, or mild Asian cuisine. - Winery
Scents of passion fruit and citrus give way to tart green apple flavors in this lean, attractive riesling. In texture, even in personality, there’s energy and drive as warm and pure as a sunbeam. This would make a fine aperitif, or pair it with pad thai noodles.
Probably the best value in New York State Riesling, both the Dry and Semi Dry from Lamoreaux Landing have always been amazing. Light-bodied and totally crisp, with green apple, melon and light apricot notes. Food pairing: spicy foods, Asian, poultry, seafood Flavor type: semi-dry Body type: medium Finish: crisp
Apricots explode from a glass of this semi-dry offering. With other notable aromas of citrus, red apple, and melon, this beautifully balanced Riesling reveals hints of honeydew melon on the palate before finishing with a rush of white peaches, which linger. Enjoy this wine on its own or pair it with spicy cuisine, salty dishes such as cheeses, or fresh fruit. - Winery
Intense stone-fruit and honeysuckle notes merge seamlessly with hints of smoke and crushed stone. While ripe and rich, it’s also penetratingly dry, with juicy fruit flavors. It’s gorgeously composed with striking lime-juice acidity and a savory, minerally tone that lingers.
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