The Riesling Showdown – East vs. West, with Free Shipping!
We New Yorkers take a lot of pride in our wine. Decades of tradition and winemaking continue to tell us what we already know: we make very good Riesling.
But over the last few years, Washington has been the West Coast’s answer to the high quality Riesling (at a fantastic price) produced here in New York. So the top producers of Riesling from both the Empire and the Evergreen States are facing off in this East vs. West showdown!
Want to conduct your own competition? We are throwing in FREE GROUND SHIPPING* with the purchase of a full case (12 bottles), with the ability to mix and match.
Spring is coming (though you wouldn’t guess it by the weather out here!), and Riesling is the perfect wine for the coming months. Whether East is better than West is purely subjective, so we’re letting YOU decide!
Buried Cane Single Leaf Riesling 2009 - $9.99
Chateau Ste. Michelle Dry Riesling 2010 - $9.99
Charles Smith Kung Fu Girl Riesling Columbia Valley 2011 (90WA) - $11.50
Seven Hills Riesling 2011 - $12.99
Lamoreaux Landing Semi-Dry Riesling 2011 (91W&S) - $11.99
Dr. Konstantin Frank Semi-Dry Riesling 2011 - $14.99
Ravines Dry Riesling 2011 (92W&S/90WE) - $15.99
Hermann J. Wiemer Dry Riesling 2011 - $16.99
All My Best
P.S. Already a biased New York wine lover? Looking to learn more about it? Take a drive to Zachys on April 13th and April 14th and join us for our “Zachys Loves NY” weekend, featuring the wines of Hermann J. Wiemer and Dr. Konstantin Frank, as well as local spirits and cheese producers.