Little-known fact: New York is the third largest wine-producing state in the U.S., according to the Wine Institute. There are five major wine growing regions in New York, ten official viticultural areas and more than 420 wineries operating within the state.
We invite you to join us for a class and tasting at City Winery in celebration of New York's viticultural diversity on Friday, January 19th. Named Wine Region of the Year in 2014 by Wine Enthusiast Magazine, New York produces wines that can satisfy the most discriminating wine drinker: wines that are complex, well-made and expressive of the local terroir.
During the class, we will offer six white wines from six wineries across New York in order to highlight individual styles and expressions of the land and celebrate beautiful food-friendly white wines that complement any dining experience and satisfy the most discriminating palate. Our Executive Chef Michael Jeanty will prepare an assortment of hors d'oeuvres to pair with wines. We are happy to present this class with the support of the New York Wine & Grape Foundation: https://www.newyorkwines.org/
Lenz Sparkling Cuvée, North Fork of Long Island, 2013
Red Newt Pinot Gris, Curry Creek Vineyard, Finger Lakes, 2012
Boundary Breaks Dry Riesling #239, Finger Lakes, 2016
Arrowhead Unoaked Chardonnay, Niagara Escarpment Region, 2014
Lakewood Chardonnay, Finger Lakes, 2015
Wagner Riesling Ice/Vidal Blanc 2015