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  • n. Alternative capitalization of Riesling

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Examples

  • The Summer of Riesling, as it is known, is the brainchild of New York sommelier Paul Grieco, who often wears a temporary tattoo of the word riesling in big letters down the length of his right forearm.

    Slate Magazine

  • I had planned to taste riesling from the Finger Lakes, Long Island and Chile and also cabernet franc from the same regions.

    Wine Blogging Wednesday #55, North vs. South: The Roundup

  • The '99 offered a lesson in riesling evolution -- it tasted like a creamy pastry, an almond-flavored bearclaw, with some tropical fruit accents.

    Finger Lakes Wine Events

  • Why, everyone knows that riesling is for beginners, and you are hardly a beginner anymore.

    Evan Dawson

  • The staple wine of the FL, riesling, is still very much stuck in the sub-90 range because that wine both defines the region and is available in abundance from places like Washington.

    New York Sparkling, Dessert and Table Wines Receive Accolades

  • Pale yellow in the glass, this dry riesling from the warm 2007 vintage has intense Godlen Delicious apple, peach and lime juice aromas with hints of something a bit more tropical, maybe pineapple?

    Atwater Estate Vineyards 2007 Dry Riesling

  • Well folks, it would appear that my first official review of a 2008 Finger Lakes riesling is of a wine made and bottled by a Long Island winery.

    Tasting Notes

  • Dry riesling is still my go-to for cheese, but this was delicious as well.

    Tasting Notes

  • When one thinks of the Finger Lakes, riesling is the first grape that comes to mind.

    The New York Cork Report:

  • Treleaven 2006 Dry Riesling ($14.50) is the one you'd expect -- a riesling from the Finger Lakes (Cayuga Lake to be more specific).

    New York Cork Club

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