This very pleasant dry Riesling would be a great introduction to the style for those who think "Riesling" and "sweet" should always be used in the same sentence. Barely ripe pear and apple, still hard and tart, with just hints of sweetness and an underlying minerality, are followed by a touch of petrol flavors, all with a full mouth feel, great acidity, and a lingering finish that teases a memory of limestone, lemon, and honey. Drink it with anything that ends in "...wurst."
On the sweet side of off-dry, this Riesling offers up pear and apple drizzled with honey, with underlying minerality and a tinge of petrol on the finish. It lacks the balancing acidity that would allow it to st...
Honeysuckle, lemon, and orange blossoms poured over flint, leading to a biscotti and lemon-butter finish. Minerality and acids make a terrific backbone, while fruit and florals lead to a long finish. Drink a glass with lobster bisque, then linger over a second glass by itself.
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