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Is Riesling one of the best grape varieties in the world? We think so. A range of styles to suit every palate (ranging from light and floral to rich and fruity to dry and spicy to absolutely bone dry) – and it’s a wine with awesome cellaring potential.
The eastern French region of Alsace (pronounced Al-zass) produces some of the world’s best aromatic wines. Gewurztraminer, Pinot Gris, Riesling and Pinot Blanc are the wines we’re talking about here when we say aromatic. It’s the rich, dry, spiciness and sheer intensity of flavour that makes wines from this part of the world so famous.
This Riesling is dry and minerally in style – a wine of real class! Suits a variety of foods like seafood, fish and chicken.
Or if you really want to impress your friends at the next dinner party serve it with local Alsacian “Choucroute Garnie” – sauerkraut, potatoes and traditional sausages or other salted meats.