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2019 Round Rock Vineyard Riesling Receives 92 Points from Wine & Spirits Magazine


With tremendous pride, Lamoreaux Landing Wine Cellars announces their 2019 Round Rock Vineyard Riesling just received 92 points from Wine & Spirits magazine.

June 21st – Our Round Rock Riesling Vineyard takes its name from large granite boulders, left by ice age glaciers that are now along the vineyard’s edge. The vineyard soils are composed of silt loam and gravelly silt loam derived from calcareous shale and gray, fine-grained sandstone, this profile allows the vines’ roots, planted 449 feet above Seneca Lake, to penetrate deeply in search of water and nutrients.

“The 2019 vintage was exceptional for this wine since it brought us a cool and sunny growing season. Our patience in picking late was rewarded with the perfect balance of acidity and character.” – Josh Wig – Co-Owner

Lamoreaux Landing currently has five Rieslings available with 90 points or higher from Wine & Spirits or Wine Enthusiast magazine.

For thirty years, Lamoreaux Landing has set the standard for sustainable viticulture and cool-climate winemaking. As a fully functioning estate winery, the premium estate-grown fruit planted on 20 unique blocks across their 119-acre vineyard is ­the key to the quality and consistency of Lamoreaux Landings wine. The location of each vine has been expertly chosen to accentuate the strengths of both the vines and the site. Long sunny days and cool nights further contribute to the intense aromatics and crisp acidity found in their highly regarded Rieslings.

The winery is currently open for tastings and wine purchases Monday – Saturday from 10 am – 5 pm and Sundays from 12 pm – 5 pm. Reservations can be made by calling the winery at 607-582-6011.

Lamoreaux Landing ships wine via Fed Ex to 43 states across the contiguous United States; please consult lamoreauxwine.com for a complete list and current shipping rates. 

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