A to Z Oregon Riesling 750ml - Amsterwine - Wine - A to Z
A to Z Oregon Riesling 750ml - Amsterwine - Wine - A to Z

A to Z Oregon Riesling 750ml

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$18.99
$18.99
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Wine Enthusiast: 91 Points

This lively, low alcohol wine is slightly pétillant and bursting with fresh fruit flavors. Mandarin orange, Meyer lemon, pink grapefruit and Cosmic Crisp apple all come to mind, with lovely hints of citrus rind. The penetrating finish is dry but not at all austere.

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The light yellow 2021 A to Z Wineworks Oregon Riesling has a hint of lime green as it shines in the glass. Both floral and fruity aromatics abound -- honeysuckle, hibiscus, apple-blossom and other white flowers, apricot, white peach, lime zest, lychee, gooseberry and mandarin orange lead to rose tea, lemon verbena, even lime cordial notes. The wine is lively and buoyant on the palate leading with tangy acidity followed by a slight honey sweetness and juicy flavors. There are hints of grapefruit, apple, lime juice and honeydew melon flavors as well as candied ginger, spearmint, even orange Triple Sec. The structure is round and balanced with just a touch of residual sugar lending a nice weight to the mouthfeel before a long, refreshing finish. The 2021 A to Z Wineworks Oregon Riesling is a true delight.

Pair with spicy, salty, and complex cuisine like Indian, Asian, Spanish, North African, and Central & South American, as well as simple, pleasant dishes like a stew from Alsace.

A to Z Oregon Riesling 750ml - Amsterwine - Wine - A to Z

A to Z Oregon Riesling 750ml

$18.99

A to Z Oregon Riesling 750ml

$18.99
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Riesling

Riesling is a white wine grape known for its aromatic profile and versatility. Originating from Germany, Riesling wines can range from bone-dry to sweet, showcasing flavors of peach, apricot, citrus, and floral notes. It is celebrated for its high acidity and ability to express the characteristics of its terroir. Riesling is cultivated in various wine regions globally, including Germany, Alsace, Australia, and the United States, and it's particularly associated with the production of quality sweet wines like German "Riesling Auslese" or "Eiswein." The grape's ability to balance sweetness and acidity makes Riesling an adaptable and beloved choice among wine enthusiasts.

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