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Follow the early 1900s railroad bed from the Lehigh Valley Railroad and you’ll find yourself meandering through the Railroad vineyard. The vines, planted in the early 1990s, give a perfect example of freshness that is not solely based on acidity. When they discuss the spirit of Railroad Riesling, it’s the pronounced mint and herbal qualities that give it such zest and vibrancy. Loam and shale dominate the landscape, and the resulting wines give a unique combination of lemon curd on the nose and palate lifted by a background of mint, all framed with a tension that keeps the wine fresh and lively.
92 Points by Wine Spectator
Very bright and juicy, with chamomile and verbena notes streaming through before the core of lemon pith, yellow apple and quinine emerges. The quinine edge really extends the finish nicely. Drink now through 2025
91 Points by James Suckling
Sliced apple, apricot, lemon, flint and clove on the nose. It’s medium-bodied