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This high end wine is a German Still Wine 2012 vintage from Mosel-Saar-Ruwer produced by Reinhold Haart that is 750ml.
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Riesling is without question Germany’s favorite grape. Widely planted, though once derided, Riesling is the superstar of the white wine world at the moment. There is a lot of scope for versatility with ...
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Wehlener Sonnenuhr is the most famous vineyard in the Mosel. J.J Prüm owns five hectares of this precious vineyard. Extremely steep with optimal south-south west exposure, it yields fragrantly floral ...
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Herbal and spice aromas. Red apple and sun-dried apricot.
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100% Riesling. Medium sweet, bursting with fruit flavors ranging from lemon and green apples to ripe apricot. An excellent choice to complement salads, seafood, or poultry dishes.
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Exudes flavors and aromas peaches and citrus. A well balanced young, fresh and fruity wine with crisp acidity. Its slight sweetness makes it a perfect match with aged cheeses, chicken and cream sauces.
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Relax Riesling 750ml
Sale: $11.97
RELAX Riesling is a refreshing, crisp, authentically German Riesling.Slightly dry with an enticing fruity bouquet, it shows intense flavors of apples and peaches with a hint of citrus. Serve chilled.
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Riesling planted on red and grey slate offers aromas and flavors of white peach and white florals, with bright acidity and minerality on the spicy finish.
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Light, fine and fruity, this crisp German white comes inside a special hockey-themed bottle. It’s perfect for the wine-loving, puck-shooting person on everyone’s list.
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A very minerally version, with concentrated acidity and flavors of grapefruit, green apple and savory herb. This is enriched by tangerine and shiso leaf notes, featuring hints of lushness. Fresh and crunchy ...
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A delightful Mosel Riesling from the vineyards around the Mosel village of Bernkastel. It has a touch of sweetness with hints of citrus and green apple and a crisp, fruity finish. Serve as an aperitif or ...
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The Estate Riesling Trocken balances the brisk Mosel Riesling acidity with a delicate texture and an ultra-fine fruitiness. This makes it an excellent choice for a variety of shellfish dishes, and especially ...
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Full-flavored, nice balance of sweetness and acidity. Grape, apple and tangerine flavors, and a hint of pineapple.
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Right now the aromas are a bit tight—even steely—with just modest hints of apple and lime, but the fruit comes to the fore on the palate, exploding with baked apple and spice flavors, balanced ...
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The Abtsberg Spatlese is a selection of barrels produced from fruit harvested late in the season. The longer hang time produces more fully developed aromas and flavors, and greater complexity.
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There is a widely held misconception that all Rieslings are super sweet. Most Riesling wines run sweet, especially lower-end ones, but dryer Rieslings are also available for those looking to try this multi-dimensional wine. The most notable flavors include apricot, peach, nectarine, pear, apple, pineapple and lemon. Its strong aromas range from honey, ginger and citrus blossom to petrol and rubber more commonly found in aged varieties. The profile of Riesling depends greatly on the growing region, so we recommend ordering several bottles from different regions to compare.

Despite its reputation as an easy wine for the less refined palate, some Rieslings are high sought-after by connoisseurs and winos. Late harvest Rieslings with noble rot are among the most expensive varieties, and the older, more aged Rieslings that give off a petrol, diesel or rubber aromas intrigue many experts. Before you dismiss Riesling as a lesser white wine, consider its variations and complex characteristics.

The sweetness, acidity and crispness of good Riesling wine balance out spicy food, so don't be afraid to spice things up. When you're craving some Thai takeout or looking for strong Indian spices, pair your meal with Riesling. This wine can certainly take – and cut – the heat. We recommend enjoying this wine with lighter meats, especially with a cayenne pepper element, soy sauce or teriyaki sauce. Add a side of roasted vegetables to round out your meal and bring out the unexpected from your bottle.

Whether you're looking for a young Riesling with fruity flavors or an aged variety with unique petrol aromas, browse our selection at Wine Chateau. We have varieties from around the world that may give you a new perspective on this white wine. Shop by the case to have enough for yourself and for gifts. If you end up keeping the whole case, we would never tell.

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