Off-dry and full of bright apple and subtle tropical fruit notes. Reminders of wet stone and white flowers. Medium weight on the palate. Produced by Weingut Joh. Haart in Germany. Pairs well with Asian specialties and spicy food.
From the winery: Tasting notes: On the sweeter side, this is juicy and reminiscent of peach and apple. Straightforward and refreshing. Ideal for a summer picnic. Drink now through 2015.1500 cases made. – Bruce Sanderson, Winespectator
Food affinity: Great to enjoy on its own, or with salads and lighter cuisine.
Mildly sweet with notes of grapefruit, orange, quince, Persian melon, and white peach. Elegantly balanced acidity and minerality. Produced by Strub in Mosel, Germany.
From the winery: This young wine has a clear, fruity palate and dynamic character with a dry taste. To preserve the fresh character, the estate uses the respected Stelvin screw top. Estate wines are a welcome accompaniment to any meal and provide a refreshing drink for any occasion.
Gently light sweetness meets Fuji apple and Bosc pear flavors. Blanced acidity and a rich spicy finish. Smoked fish and sharp cheeses are classic matchups for this Kabinett. You may also try a dish featuring fruit to pair.
Scents: honeysuckle, lime, beeswax and peach. The producer is Lingenfelder from Pfalz, Germany. You may detect overtones of apple and wet stones. A nice off-dry wine with a light body. Serve this Riesling with Chinese cuisine, roasted pork shoulder or sauerkraut. A nice match!
Sweet with focused notes of currant, peach and citrus. Lively, with an unmistakable slate-infused aftertaste. This riesling will liven up any fish dish or seafood-based soup. Produced in Mosel, Germany.
Impressions of orchard fruit and river rock weave together. A charming off-dry Riesling with a light body. Such foods as light wasabi, ginger or truffles pair well with this wine. If you enjoy scents of peach, beeswax and green apple, give this one a try. The winery is Gunderloch from Rheinhessen, Germany.