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Blue Nun Rivaner

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1013463
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Blue Nun Rivaner 750ml

Blue Nun Rivaner

This wine is from Germany, Rheinhessen region. With the famous Blue Nun on its beautiful blue bottle, and made from grapes grown in Rheinhessen on the banks of the River Rhine, this is a fine, medium-bodied white wine, now perhaps a little drier than you might expect, scented and delicious.. It's particularly good with poultry, white meats, seafood and eastern dishes....

That a Liebfraumilch by any other name would be as sweet proved too true as we tasted the next wine:1996 Sichel Blue Nun Qualitatswein ($6.99). (The name "Blue Nun" is a marketing device of Peter Sichel; a major exporter of German wine, who thought foreigners would find it easier to pronounce.) Straw colored with a pleasant muscat bouquet, this wine was fuller bodied than the first Liebfraumilch, but still somewhat thin. Its refreshing flavor was also more palatable. One taster thought it would be perfect for splashing on a fruit salad.

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Blue Nun Rivaner
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
This wine is from Germany, Rheinhessen region. With the famous Blue Nun on its beautiful blue bottle, and made from grapes grown in Rheinhessen on the banks of the River Rhine, this is a fine, medium-bodied white wine, now perhaps a little drier than you might expect, scented and delicious.. It's particularly good with poultry, white meats, seafood and eastern dishes....
 

Notes on the Blue Nun Rivaner 750ML

Technical Notes That a Liebfraumilch by any other name would be as sweet proved too true as we tasted the next wine:1996 Sichel Blue Nun Qualitatswein ($6.99). (The name "Blue Nun" is a marketing device of Peter Sichel; a major exporter of German wine, who thought foreigners would find it easier to pronounce.) Straw colored with a pleasant muscat bouquet, this wine was fuller bodied than the first Liebfraumilch, but still somewhat thin. Its refreshing flavor was also more palatable. One taster thought it would be perfect for splashing on a fruit salad.