By Dan Berger Dry Riesling isn’t more widely appreciated in the United States is not a surprise. It is due in part to the failure of those people who are seen as wine experts, but who show so little enthusiasm for it, even when they write about it… Want to read more? If you’re already … Continue reading “Only in America: Ignoring Dry Riesling”
WineAmerica is a national association of wineries whose goal, among others, is to keep the industry informed of vital information. It also has many other functions. The following is a verbatim announcement from Wine America president Jim Trezise. … Want to read more? If you’re already a subscriber, welcome back – you may login here. If you … Continue reading “A Tax Surprise!”
A Few Great Rieslings Exceptional 2015 Von Nell-Breuning Kaseler Dominikanerberg Riesling Kabinett ($19): The aroma is stony with hints of white peach, slightly floral, and the wine has a depth that is hard to imagine from the cooler Ruwer Val… Want to read more? If you’re already a subscriber, welcome back – you may login here. If … Continue reading “Tasting Notes”
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2016 Pierre Sparr Riesling, Alsace, Grande Reserve ($14): Initially slightly simple and just a nice little quaff, this very dry wine actually benefits from being open for a few hours and decanting helps to open it faster. Dry Rieslings from this part… Want to read more? If you’re already a subscriber, welcome back – you may … Continue reading “Bargain of the Week”