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Every once in a while, a casual stroll on the beach yields an unexpected treasure an unbroken shell, an unusually shaped stone, a piece of sea glass. Occasionally, the same thing happens with wine. Riesling ...
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Every once in a while, a casual stroll on the beach yields an unexpected treasure an unbroken shell, an unusually shaped stone, a piece of sea glass. Occasionally, the same thing happens with wine. Riesling ...
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Medium-bodied with good acidity and balanced by a bit of residual sugar, this lovely wine offers stone fruit and pear flavors with classic mineral undertones.
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Created in the 1990s as part of the evolving Penfolds white wine development program, Bin 51 Eden Valley Riesling captures the attributes of Eden Valley. The region’s high altitude and cool climate ...
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Thomas Hyland Riesling is made in an off-dry style and was sourced from the Adelaide region. The wine has spent a small amount of time on yeast lees, which has given the wine greater fruit concentration ...
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Created in the 1990s as part of the evolving Penfolds white wine development program, Bin 51 Eden Valley Riesling captures the attributes of Eden Valley. The region’s high altitude and cool climate ...
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From Germany’s famed Pfalz region, our Riesling delights with aromas of ripe honeydew and lemon chiffon. The broad and full-bodied wine fills the palate with creamy lemon, bright citrus and a hint ...
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Saffron and orange blossoms perfume this intensely ripe, almost honey-slick Kabinett. There’s a zesty backbone of tangerine acidity, but the palate is a crush of ruddy yellow peach and nectarine flavors. ...
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Documented as early as 1050, the site in Wösendorf, at the foot of the Hochrain, is influenced by the sediment and stone soils of its highly situated vineyards, producing wines with a dense mineral ...
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Light lemon in color, the nose is sulfury and somewhat inexpressive, but eventually reveals some apple fruit, citrus, and stone. This Yankees wine is medium bodied, dense, viscous and creamy for the vintage. ...
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The grapes for this wine are handpicked from the traditional steep slate vineyard sites along the Middle Mosel. This Riesling is fermented with natural yeasts and rasied on its fine less. The aromas are ...
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The white peach and tropical fruit aromas of the Pacific Rim Riesling are muted, and made more complex by juniper and a faint slate-y notes. The wine is startlingly succulent for so dry a wine, and it’s ...
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Both floral and fruit essences combine to create a complex and delicious profile. Floral components include gardenia and honeysuckle, while the fruit flavors include apricot and peach. The finish is pleasingly ...
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Brotherhood’s best selling wine, this beautiful Riesling has delicate floral and lime aromas and full, ripe flavors, off-dry and very fruity. Perfectly balanced, with a long clean finish that suggests enjoying ...
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A Blockbuster among its peers is the Large greenhouse from the Forster Ungeheuer. The fine spicy aroma of wild herbs, candied fruit, dried mango and tender honeydew melon and very creamy. Salmon cream pasta, ...
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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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