In flavour, Riesling ranges from dry and stony to floral and sweet, much like Chenin Blanc. The sweetest versions can age for decades. The greatest Rieslings are the German wines of the Mosel-Saar-Ruwer, Rheinhessen and
Rheingau; close behind are those of Alsace. Washington, New York and Australia can lay claim to making the best examples of Riesling outside of Europe, from bone dry Rieslings that marry beautifully with shellfish and Pacific Rim dishes, to sharply-etched, achingly-sweet late harvest Rieslings and ice wines.

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Distinctive Flavours Citrus, Green Apple Peach, Apricot N/A
Acidity High High N/A
Alcohol Low Low N/A
Body Light Medium- N/A
Tannin N/A N/A N/A
Sugar Dry / Off-Dry / Sweet Dry / Off-Dry / Sweet N/A

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