Cultivated around the world, Riesling expresses itself best in France's northeastern region of Alsace, along the Rhine and Mosel rivers in Germany, and in Austria. Generally speaking, Riesling ranges from fruity, delicate, aromatic styles to more austere, structured and full-bodied versions to sweet, dessert nectars.
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