Lamoreaux Landing farms 120 acres along the east side of Seneca Lake, with many subdivisions. Round Rock lies on three gravelly loam series, on the steepest slope of the property, which may account for the warmth and weight of this wine. This grew with every sip, starting off wheaty with a whiff of petrol, taking on flavors of pineapple and citrus, gaining dimension with air, becoming not so much rich but weighty over 2 days, comforting like a heavy sweater, maintaining an elastic snap and gentle acidity, for a finish of lasting tension and length. (165 cases)
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