The last wine I sampled during that Finger Lakes 2012 riesling virtual tasting last week (there was one more wine, but my bottle was horribly corked) was this Hosmer Winery 2012 Dry Riesling ($15), which initially reminded me a bit of the first wine from the tasting, but ultimately impressed me much more. A bit tightly wound on the nose, there are hints of lemon-lime soda, saltwater, green apple, just-ripe peach and fennel here, but the nose isn’t particularly effusive. Dry and vivacious, the palate is mouthwatering in its mingling of bright citrus character with green melon, just-ripe peach, herbs and a crunch, snappy mouthfeel. The finish is dry and saline. Though probably best enjoyed by high-acid riesling geeks — it is a bit austere — it would probably shine with food. Producer: Hosmer Winery AVA: Cayuga Lake ABV: 11.8% Residual Sugar: .25% TA: 8.2 g/l pH: 2.9 Price: $15* (3 out of 5, Very good/Recommended)…