Tasting Highlights: Australian Riesling

A baker's dozen of dry Rieslings from Down Under
Feb 23, 2005
Australia makes a unique style of Riesling that shows off the lovely stone fruit character of the grape, often weaving in floral, citrus and mineral flavors, hanging them all on a dry frame. The wines are not as mouthfilling and broad as those of Alsace, and almost never are they the slightest bit sweet.

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