2014 Pinot Gris – Refreshing and well balanced, this Estate grown 2014 Pinot Gris has an enjoyably smooth, silk-like texture. With crisp citrus and green apple flavors, this wine should pair nicely with seafood, light pastas, pork and poultry along with a variety of cheeses.
2013 Gewürztraminer – Living up to the meaning of its name, “spice traminer” this wine has both a spicy and floral character with hints of tangerine. Pairs perfectly with hot and spicy food and Asian Cuisine. Also perfect with Munster cheese or smoked salmon.
2014 Traminette – A white hybrid grape named and released by the New York State Experimental Station. Our 2014 Traminette has distinctive spicy and floral aromas and flavors of honey and apple. It pairs nicely with smoked salmon, Asian, Mexican and other spicy cuisines.
2013 Riesling – This beautiful semi-dry Riesling has an apple-like aroma with citrus tones and a pleasant finish. Rieslings can be enjoyed with cheese, shellfish, pork, sushi, Thai and Mexican cuisine and salads for the ultimate experience.
2014 Chardonnay – A beautiful balance of acidity and fruitiness with a creamy finish. This Chardonnay with its’ distinct flavors of pear and melon pairs nicely with fish, chicken, pasta, salads, fruit, and cheeses.
2012 Merlot – Our 2012 Merlot was harvested early to maintain an adequate acidity to produce a medium to full-bodied wine with a voluptuous character. With a beautiful ruby red color and decadent flavors of blackberry and pomegranate, this Merlot pairs very nicely with beef, lamb, veal and stewed dishes.
2013 Lemberger – Our Lemberger is a medium-bodied, dry red wine that has a multidimensional rolling finish with hints of black cherry and a black pepper finish. Pairs nicely with beef and pasta. Often blended with other varietals, Magnus Ridge has chosen to bring to you the straight Lemberger varietal for you to experience.
2012 Cabernet Franc – Cabernet Franc grows exceptionally well in the cooler climate of the Finger Lakes region of New York, producing a full-bodied red vinifera. This wine excites the senses with its’ excellent tannins and berry aroma while engaging the pallet with hints of black pepper and cherry. It pairs well with many kinds of cheese, especially cheddar, in addition to poultry, lamb, beef and tomato-based dishes.
Happy Hour – Sweet and fruity this wine is great with lighter fare, cheese, and dessert. Enjoy it anytime, as it’s always “Happy Hour” somewhere.
Fire Ant Red – Fruity and sweet, this blend of native and French hybrid grapes has an exciting, spicy cinnamon finish with hints of strawberry. Enjoyable either on its own or as a perfect accompaniment to lighter dishes or desserts.