Boundary Breaks 2021 No. 239 Finger Lakes Dry Riesling
The #239 refers to the specific clone of Riesling that they planted for this wine. This particular clone is thought to possess a slightly more acidic characteristic which lends itself better to a drier style of Riesling.
93pts James Suckling
Remarkably ripe nose of peach, apricot and orange blossom nose for the challenging vintage. The elegance on the medium-bodied palate is also striking in this context, the balance of mineral acidity, stone fruit character and a hint of natural grape sweetness is spot on. Wet stone minerality at the long, very clean finish. Drink or hold.
90pts Wine & Spirits
Lemony and bright, this has a pronounced phenolic savor that's almost earthy in aspect. But it has a pleasing mid-palate richness to balance the phenolics, and plenty of acidity to finish crisp and long.