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  • With Riesling, the wine can be a kabinett (a more basic wine that tends to be drier), spatlese ( "late harvest," and is sweeter), auslese ( "select harvest," and even sweeter) and on to beerenauslese (a late harvest dessert wine that tends to be a bit more syrupy and sweet).

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  • If you want a real treat, seek out the Gysler 2005 Huxelbrebe, a beerenauslese dessert wine that sells for $41.99, but when its chilled viscous honey notes slink down your throat after a great meal, you'll be happy you spent the money.

    Ari Bendersky: Understanding German Riesling: It's Not All Sweet

  • Neusiedlersee, and representing three levels of rich, sweet intensity: Ausleese made from selected late harvested grapes left on the vine to achieve maximum ripeness; beerenauslese

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