The nose has pleasant fruity aromas, pears, apples, and sweet Meyer lemon, with hints of Ginger Snap in the background. Lemon is far more dominant on the palate, sweet, with a background of pears, ginger, and a touch of saline. The citrusy zing will cut through oils, so pair this with shrimp fried rice. Recommended. 89 points.

WHO: Weinhouss Ress
WHAT: Riesling
WHERE: Germany, Rheingau
PRIVE: $20

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