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Top Ten Best Rieslings

8. Dr. Thanisch Bernkasteler Doctor Riesling Kabinett (2010)

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This is rather pretty, showing off plenty of white floral notes along with dried lemon rind and pretty, slightly exotic fruit aromas that recall mangosteens and almost hint at lychees. Just a touch diffuse in the mouth, but does show classic sweet/tart fruit. The flavors are bright with notes of baked green apple lurking under beautiful lime flavors that are thoroughly supported by acidity on the mid-palate and are accented by lovely lemon verbena inner mouth perfumes. This quickly grows on me, showing more bright lime and pineapple on the long finish which sees the sugar fall to playing a supporting role. It's long and very pure; given a bit of time I expect this to tighten up a bit. 89pts
 
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  • 943538Bentley Wines Completely ignore some great Reislings from Austria, Italy, Chile, Oregon, and Washington and others. Germany doesn';t have a lock for sure, never mind Australia-oh, and we should mention The Kiwis like Kevin Judd in NZ.A little Aussie jealousy maybe?


  • 1194984Calicindy Chateau St. Michelle/Indian Wells (2009)


  • 686649ted m I have a 1.5 litre 1997 Pewsey Vale Reisling signed by the winemaker. I think it may have just become a little more valuable.


  • 930415LenkaK Rieslings are fabulous:) in particular, I like Riesling Cuvée Elizabeth Stumpf and RIesling Grand Cru Eichberg from Maison Léon Baur, Alsace.


  • 204142micki525 Love Chateau St. Michelle Dry Riesling!


  • 1266839Heurich I have been to Oregon and Washington and honestly I think americans really over value price and quality their wines. I hardly ever drank any wine from Oregon and Washington that were outstanding.


  • 1347805sometime66 Snoother 1266839 is absolutely correct in addition I can say that the Alsatian Reislings are the top, with the exception of some very late harvest German products...think TBIA and hundreds of $$$$. Late harvest Alsatian gwurzs. are to die for...



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