- n. Plural form of Riesling.
“My advice, for lovers of aged Rieslings, is not only to watch this space … .. but to invest in a bottle or three and continue to enjoy drinking these magnificent older Rieslings for years to come ….!”
“One of the chief characteristics of many Finger Lakes Rieslings is a backbone of minerality, and to my taste it evokes the smells and, assumedly, the taste of gorge water and river rocks.”
“Rieslings from the Finger Lakes region have a reputation of high quality but that isn't groundbreaking information.”
“And why, if I do find a few, are they always Rieslings from the Finger Lakes?”
“$55, $95 includes library wines lecture and tasting Schatzkammer Tasting | San Francisco Dee Vine Wines, a wine shop with a specialty in German Rieslings, will host a Schatzkammer (German for treasure chest) tasting of older Rieslings.”
“Petrol, better known as gasoline, is a prized aroma in German Rieslings.”
“Their Rieslings are the slowest, often continuing to ferment until the summer following the harvest.”
“** Younger, lighter wines such as Rieslings, RosÃ©s, and Vinho Verdes are often lower in alcohol, and so are Champagne and sparkling wines.”
“** Younger, lighter wines such as Rieslings, Rosés, and Vinho Verdes are often lower in alcohol, and so are Champagne and sparkling wines.”
“Austrian and Australian Rieslings are mostly reliably dry.”
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