I decided to repost this piece about Lakewood Vineyards because I attended a webinar last night and Ben Stamp was talking about a wine his family makes, a sparkling wine called Bubbly Candeo made from Cayuga white. It sounded like a nice wine for Brunch and today while eating a frittata I made, I found myself thinking about this wine. Looking forward to tasting it.
Today’s post is about a couple of great wines I received as samples as part of one of the blogging groups I write with called #WinePW. The essence of the event is to pair food and wine together. These two lovely rieslings showed up at my door and brought immense pleasure to my household and lift to my dinners over the course of a few days.
I paired them with broiled Salmon, Grilled Chicken, and even an Asparagus Frittata. They paired beautifully thanks to the bright acidity, structure and hint of RS in the wines.
Lakewood Vineyards is a family affair run by the Stamp family on Seneca Lake in the Finger Lakes region. The Stamps moved to Lakewood Farm in 1951. For the first few decades they grew grapes for other large wineries and juice companies but in 1988, Monty and Beverly Stamp and their children made their own…
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