Good semi-sweet wine, light with good flavoring.
Funf 5 is such a hidden gem for the price! We were truly surprised when we first tried this wine. It's a wonderful, light, crisp, fruity table white with not too much acidity that is very enjoyable. We also love Chateau Saint Michelle Riesling as well, but this wine is just as good and less than half the price. We buy this by the case now and always have it on hand for parties as it is constantly requested. In short, if you like light, crisp Rieslings, you'll find this is the hidden value gem you've been looking for, enjoy!
Light- to medium-bodied, gentle off-white color. Tart at first, with a gentle apple- or pear-like sweetness in the finish. A good interpretation of my favorite style!
Light, crisp, refreshing. Not dry.
I tasted this wine at a tasting. This is a light, sweet wine perfect for the summer.
Light, refreshing, and affordable. I'd probably buy it again.
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