Compare French, German and Australian Styles of Riesling.
A tasting pack to contrast differing styles of Riesling - French (from Alsace), German (2 from the Mosel) and Australian (from Eden Valley). Riesling is the white wine of choice for almost all wine "experts" and this tasting pack gives you the chance to see if you agree.
These are all great aperitifs that will also go with almost any dish that would be enhanced with a touch of lemon: white meat or fish dishes, asparagus, and goat or sheep cheeses.
- Bott Frères, Riesling Réserve Personnelle
Fruity and characteristic nose, lively citrus fruit reaction in the mouth. Quite dry, as expected for an Alsatian Riesling. See here for more details.
- Dr. Loosen, Riesling Estate
A dry Riesling with aromas of fresh apple and peach with a floral note. Juicy mouth-feel with flavours of mango and peach rounded off with subtle, elegant spice. Clean minerality and elegant acidity. See here for more details.
- Dandelion Vineyards, Enchanted Garden of the Eden Valley Riesling
Classic lemony, minerally Riesling that is bone dry with austere acidity. See here for more details.
- Joh. Jos. Prüm, Mosel Wehlener Sonnenuhr Auslese
From one of the most highly rated Mosel winemakers a classic off dry Riesling. See here for more details.
If you want to read more about Riesling here is an article written by Jancis Robinson.