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March 08. 2013 11:55AM

Amherst winery installs new bottling line

LaBelle uses the new bottling line to bottle its latest batch of Riesling, a semi-sweet, aromatic white wine with notes of apple, peach and pear, and floral, honey overtones alongside citrus nuances and minerality on the palate.

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