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Tastecamp, day 2: Quick notes from Seneca Lake

The second day of the second edition of Tastecamp yielded even more great rieslings – including the best I’ve tasted so far – and more interesting reds, including pinots and bordeaux varieties. My most interesting tastings included single vineyard bottlings from Red Newt and Lamoreaux Landing wineries, a great pinot from Damiani Cellars and especially, [...]
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TasteCamp day 1: Great riesling – and some surprising reds

That there would be a fair bit of riesling – and good riesling – to be had in the Finger Lakes region, in New York, was hardly a surprise. But I have to say that, even with a warning of sorts by Evan Dawson, one of the organizers of Tastecamp, I was surprised with the [...]
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Return to Tastecamp: off to the Finger Lakes

In the next three days, I’ll probably be tasting more riesling than I’ve ever tasted in my life. That’s because riesling is the number one grape in the Finger Lakes, host to the second edition of Tastecamp, a meeting of bloggers organized by Lenn Thompson of the blog formerly known as Lenndevours, and now more precisely [...]
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