Red Newt Cellars Riesling Finger Lakes 2010

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Struck flint and stones add dimension to abundantly fleshy melon and grapefruit notes in Red Newtrsquo;s Circle Riesling. Semidry, with a hint of s... Read more

A plump and forward style, offering green melon and fig notes, with a fresh finish. Drink now. Read more

Round and easy, with an off-dry edge to the pear and green apple notes, backed by a twinge of kiwifruit that adds some nice snap to the finish. Read more

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External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
10/04/2012

Struck flint and stones add dimension to abundantly fleshy melon and grapefruit notes in Red Newtrsquo;s Circle Riesling. Semidry, with a hint of smoked nuts and lemony fresh acidity, it finishes on a deliciously bitter grapefruit-pith note.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
10/04/2012

A plump and forward style, offering green melon and fig notes, with a fresh finish. Drink now.


External Review
Source: Prestige Wine & Spirits
09/27/2011

Round and easy, with an off-dry edge to the pear and green apple notes, backed by a twinge of kiwifruit that adds some nice snap to the finish.


External Review
Source: Prestige Wine & Spirits
09/27/2011

Back-labeled as off-dry, this entry-level white delivers for the price. Its sharply etched Key Lime scent suggests a wine that's light and dry, but the mouthwatering attack is considerably richer, fresh apples and pear giving way to a crisp, lees-inflected finish. It's dry enough to serve as an aperitif, but has the weight for Thai basil chicken.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/03/2012

Back-labeled as off-dry, this entry-level white delivers for the price. Its sharply etched Key Lime scent suggests a wine thatrsquo;s light and dry, but the mouthwatering attack is considerably richer, fresh apples and pear giving way to a crisp, lees-inflected finish. Itrsquo;s dry enough to serve as an aperitif, but has the weight for Thai basil chicken.


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