These drier Rieslings can be a perfect choice for summer, not only because they are so refreshing, but also because their bright acidity tends to work well with foods we commonly enjoy during the warm summer months.
What am I talking about? How about ceviche, salads, chilled seafood; all can be paired perfectly with dry Rieslings! Now before we veer off into a discussion about the difficulty in deciphering German wine labels, check this out. Great Rieslings are coming from around the globe and two of my favorite regions for them might come as a surprise to you: Australia and New York’s own Finger Lakes district! I’ll get into some other well-known Riesling regions in my next Riesling review write-up (ahem, Austria), but for today, explore some surprising Rieslings for summer.