[ US /ˈɹizɫɪŋ/ ]
  1. white grape grown in Europe and California
  2. fragrant dry or sweet white wine from the Rhine valley or a similar wine from California
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How To Use Riesling In A Sentence

  • Winemaker Juan Micieli-Martinez used a bit of every white grape MCV grows for this blend, which is 32% sauvignon blanc, 25% viognier, 15% chardonnay, 10% semillon, 8% riesling, 7% pinot grigio and 3% Gewurztraminer. The New York Cork Report:
  • Sekt in Gemany and Austria is largely made from Riesling, yielding fruit-driven and light wines that are terrific aperitifs.
  • Hard-shell lobster is seductively aromatic, accompanied by taro, edamame, and Riesling.
  • Wine has always been a popular drink in Germany, and not just in the wine growing regions along the Rhein, where the famous Riesling varieties are grown, but also in the east with their varieties of Sekt and fruit wines, to the northern traditions of mulled wines. Matthew Yglesias » The Wine Track
  • Roasted cod has a brisk glaze of vinegar and Riesling; thin, tender venison chops are paired with an engaging juniper-and-celery-root gratin.
  • Grapes grown on Padthaway vineyard have a proven record for producing botrytis affected Riesling of outstanding quality; however, vintage conditions for such a wine have only occurred three times in the last nine years.
  • With spring swigging in mind, Somerfield is introducing a juicy new range of Antipodean Riesling, dry muscat, Sauvignon Blanc and Verdelho wines.
  • Varying aspects and mixture of different soils and sub-soils allow vineyard owners to grow many varieties of grapes: Riesling, muscat, Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc, Sylvaner and Chardonnay.
  • A complex, petrolly German Riesling is ideal, combining racy acidity with enough sweetness to cope with the fruit.
  • This applies to no more than a handful of wine styles: claret, red and white Burgundy, Rhône reds, Tuscan and Piedmontese reds, vintage port, vintage champagne, a few Spanish reds, Mosel Rieslings and Californian Cabernets.
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