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Dry Riesling

Dry Riesling Wine Details

Description: The Dry Riesling has lemony citrus and apple blossom in the nose. The taste follows with apricots and apples with a hint of lemon in the finish. Medium crisp finish. Our Dry Riesling wines usually peak at three years and should be drunk by the time it attains the age of five years. Serve with fish, shellfish, and foods having moderate seasoning.

Varietal Definition
On the sweeter end of the spectrum, some of the best dessert wines should give thanks to the Riesling varietal. Riesling is known for its complementary nature of combining balanced acidity with sugar. Rieslings are made dry to sweet, but it is the sweet style Riesling that brought about its popularity in the United States. With the rise of spicy sauces, marinades and dips to flavor our meal, Riesling plays a part in taking off the edge of the heat. Riesling is known for a number of signature characteristics: floral, citrus and pear. Riesling has peaked in California with 11,000 acres planted. Today, Monterey County’s cool-climate areas and its long growing season produce good amounts of character for the Riesling grape. Outside of


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