If you’re looking for something less mineral and acidic, Riesling should definitely be on your radar. While the previous still wines were low in alcohol and dry, many Rieslings are low in alcohol because some of the sugar from the grapes used to make the wine was left unfermented. The results are wines which are low in alcohol and high in fruitiness!
German Rieslings generally run in the 7% to 11% alcohol range when they are made in the lightly sweet Kabinett and Spatlese styles, but beware the Trockens! These are dry versions of these wines, with all their sugar converted to alcohol. Riesling usually shows nice peachy flavors, accented with some lime and mineral notes.
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