Wine style Riesling is without question Germany’s favorite grape. There is a lot of scope for versatility with this sweet, viscous wine, though you can expect to get hints of tropical fruit, nectarine, melon and pineapple from a solid Riesling.
Bright pink with a blush hue. Notes of strawberry and raspberry fruit aromas. Wonderfully fresh and fruit forward with dried berry and crushed plum flavors, and a fresh clean finish. Delicious on its own as an aperitif but also a versatile food wine that would perfectly pair well with dishes like olive tapenade, tuna sashimi, ceviche and grilled shrimp
Bright red garnet. Delicate aromas of cherry and coffee with subtly integrated toasted notes. The mouth is appealing and fruity with delicate toasted notes and a medium body. Flavors of chocolate are emphasized by a hint of menthol, lying on silky tannins. The finish is long with assorted fruit flavors and a subtle touch of oak.
Decent depth, varietal flavor, well-managed tannins—all present and accounted for here. There’s a mix of red and blue berries, and a wash of wet stone adding texture to the mouthfeel. The finish falls a bit short, but that’s what separates it from the pricier bottles.