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  Link   Tierce Release Party Scales Down: Searching for the Right Formula for Successful Wine Events
Friday night, three Finger Lakes wineries will release two new vintages of their cooperative wine, Tierce. But if the goal for the wine is still the same -- Fox Run Vineyards, Red Newt Cellars, and Anthony Road Wine Company each contributing to a sin
  Link   The scene: Food and restaurant highlights
Three wineries once again have collaborated on two wines, and now they are ready to release them. Fox Run Vineyards is hosting the Tierce Release Party 7 to 9 p.m. Friday with the 2007 Red Tierce Wine and the 2008 Tierce Riesling as the new releases.
  Link   Detroit News - Sandra Silfen
New York vintners team up to make signature wines of their region--I was able to taste all three and can report they are stunning indeed. The best examples come from cooler vintages that emphasize the acidity, which means the chilly, wet 2006 vintage
  Link   Tierce, the Power of Three - FL Wine Gazette
FEATURE ARTICLE In the course of their winemaking, Reinhardt, Bell and Whiting often taste together and each of these winemakers has a passion for Riesling...
  Link   Wine Thoughts - Tony Dun
My favorite from this trip was the Tierce 2005 Dry Riesling (made by a consortium of Fox Run, Anthony Road and Red Newt wineries). This was a truly dry wine. No overwhelming fruit flavors, but great structure and acidity. Very complex and well design
  Link   A Reason this Season for Riesling
In 2004, Whiting met with two other winemakers who also were friends - Peter Bell, winemaker for Fox Run Vineyards, and Johannes Reinhardt, winemaker for Anthony Road Vineyards...
  Link   Richard Frisbee - food and wine correspondent
...there was a Riesling wine flight, which was made up of three glasses, one of the best Red Newt Riesling created by her husband, David, and two from neighboring vintners. The surprise was that a fourth glass appeared that was a blend of all three!
  Link   Wine Spectator - Unfiltered
...three Finger Lakes wineries were following a similar concept with their own Riesling blend, released on May 5. The 100 cases of Tierce, a 2004 Dry Riesling, were crafted by winemakers at Red Newt Cellars, Anthony Road Wine Co. and Fox Run Vineyard
  Link   Gran Cru Grapevine
Farther north, in the Finger Lakes region, a similarly close-knit group of winemakers, Anthony Road Wine Co., Fox Run Vineyards and Red Newt Wine Cellars, developed a joint venture wine they call Tierce, playing off the concept of the trio involved.
  Link   Tony Fletchers -Jamming
In addition to his work at Anthony Road, he has teamed up with Peter Bell from Fox Run and Dave Whiting from Red Newt to make a Riesling entitled Tierce.
  Link   Lendeavors
It was smart for winemakers Johnannes Reinhardt (Anthony Road), David Whiting (Red Newt) and Peter Bell (Fox Run) to combine their considerable talents. Not only does Tierce, which is also bottled under a screwcap, help promote the regionís signature
  Link   New Riesling Joint Venture from Finger Lakes Winery
Tierceís tale starts with a friendship involving the three winemakers, whose wineries are among those that ring Seneca Lake. Two years ago Johannes Reinhardt, Anthony Roadís wine maker, approached his friends David Whiting of Red Newt and Fox Runís P
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