Fox Run Vineyards
Semi-Dry Riesling ($14.99)
Tony's White ($8.99)
Tony's Red ($8.99)
I also like most of the wines from the 'Redneck' Family here as well.
* All Images from respective wineries unless noted
All prices are approximate prices because it depends on where you purchase them. Sometimes it can be different if you're in the winery, the liquor store or at the wine festival.
As you can tell I am definitely a Riesling girl. They are my favorites. When I was in school and started drinking I couldn't stand wine. I thought it was all really dry and oaky/smokey. Luckily my school had a Wines of the World and Food and Wine Pairings course that I was able to take my senior year (filler credits!) and I thoroughly enjoyed them. I learned a lot about wine and what I liked and tasted many different types and sometimes still go back to my sheets/books from class for recommendations. I am no wine snob that's for sure, but I do enjoy a good bottle of wine with dinner or a hanging out with friends.
The problem with the wines above is that they are all only sold in NY. Shipping them here is expensive and we only drive up 1 maybe 2 times a year. We fill up when we can but sometimes, the car is full after Christmas and we can't fit much more. I've had to learn to adapt to what is sold generally and I've found a few that I like.
All below from Total Wine
These are my go-to wines. There are 2 or 3 of each in my wine fridge at any given time. I'm working on trying out new kinds all the time. Anyone else a sweet wine person? Like a certain kind that's just not available to you?