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  • n. Plural form of riesling;alternative spelling of Rieslings.


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  • Rooster Hill 2006 Semi-Dry Riesling: This was a new winery for me and even though I usually prefer dry rieslings from the Finger Lakes, this one was awesome with Thai.

    Hudson Valley Wine

  • As to pH: we assume that the range of pH for most rieslings is between


  • That clean vein of minerally acidity found in many Finger Lakes rieslings is less prominent here, resulting in a perhaps more approachable wine that is a near-miss for me.

    The New York Cork Report:

  • This had all the spice and complexity of a good Gewürztraminer but it was held firm by the same tight mineral structure that also benefits the rieslings from the same vintage.

    Savor Syracuse: An Accidental Riesling Tasting

  • Peter Bell, winemaker at Fox Run also let me know this morning that there will not be a 2007 edition because 2007 rieslings from the region "just aren't all that racy."

    The New York Cork Report:

  • I went through a phase recently where I was obsessedw ith dry rieslings from the Mosel.


  • In case you missed it, I just wanted to point out that Gary V is tasting New York wines again, this time turning his tongue towards three rieslings from the Finger Lakes.

    Finger Lakes Riesling on Wine Library TV

  • The wine world seems to be finally catching on to the terrific bargains that can be found in German rieslings. --

  • I also find some of the entry level dry rieslings less than compelling and it is a hard sell then for people to go to tier two, if that makes any sense.

    Wine importer Terry Theise - Riesling buzz, grower Champagne, 2009, nude breakfast | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • The Heron Hill Reserve, Ingle Vineyard and Old Vines rieslings are so much better, and the Ingle Vineyard wine is only a few dollars more.

    Tasting Notes


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