Heinz Eifel Shine’ Riesling is made from grapes harvested on the sloping hillsides of one of Germany’s prime wine growing regions, the Pfalz. The winding rivers running alongside these vineyards reflect sunlight, which help to ripen the Riesling throughout the long cool growing season. Slightly sweet, with bright, crisp flavors of...
Honeysuckle, apricot and peach flavors delicately mingle with hints of Anjou pear. Deliciously crisp and nearly-dry with overflowing orange blossom flavor accented by aromatic jasmine and a delightful finish.
The Chateau Ste. Michelle Dry Riesling is a crisp, dry and refreshing style of Riesling. It exhibits fresh flavors of white peach and mandarin orange, and ends with a clean finish. This is an incredibly versatile food wine and my favorite with oysters.
The Joel Gott Riesling has aromas of mandarin, key lime, stone fruit and honeysuckle. Bright acidity on the front of the palate is followed by a mouthwatering finish. The wine is dry in style with a small amount of residual sugar balancing the wine’s natural acidity.