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Andreas Bender Paulesen Riesling

Beautiful dry Riesling, with aromas of slate, apricot, lime, and citrus with a hint of tropical fruit and a touch of honey. Racy acidity, dry, medium weight with very fine flavours of citrus, apricot and honeycomb on the palate. Fresh and elegant with a long lime sliding on slate finish.

Balthasar Ress Hattenheimer Schutzenhaus Riesling

Bright, crisp notes of apricot and wet slate are vibrant and refreshing. Pleasantly off-dry, this is the perfect choice for spicy Asian cuisine…or with soft cheeses.

Benjamin Bridge Riesling

In the glass, a medium golden colour with an emerald hue. Lively and energetic on the nose with zesty citrus notes and a cool maritime breeze suggesting sea minerals. On the palate, complex and layered hints of lemongrass, beeswax, lime preserve and raw acacia honey combine for a wine of substantial depth and structure. Enjoy its youthful electricity now or cellar for up to a decade for even more substance and richness.

Bernkasteler Badstube Riesling Kabinett

“The 2014 Bernkasteler Badstube Riesling Kabinett displays a very pure and flinty bouquet with lovely fruit aromas. Light-bodied on the palate, this is a light and round, stimulatingly juicy Riesling of great purity, elegance and finesse. The finish is stimulatingly salty. Very light 8% alcohol and almost 70 grams of unconverted sugar. This is perfectly balanced and round, but pretty sweet.” RP

Bischofliche Weinguter Kabinett Riesling

No wine town on the Mosel, Saar or Ruwer is like the other. This uniqueness is also found in our Kabinetts. These are local Riesling wines that express in a nuanced way the character of the local layers – from the soil to the microclimate. This is possible through loving, conscientious manual work. The Episcopal wineries Trier rely on a selective harvest, a particularly gentle grape processing and an extensive maturation – our Kabinetts are on the fine yeast until the spring of the year following the harvest. The result is harmonious, elegant Riesling, in which the respective wine is reflected finesse.

Brickyard Reisling

Brickyard is made by Redstone, owned by Morey Tawse. It’s a medium sweet style that is carried nicely by firm acidity. Expect aromas of ripe MacIntosh apple, white flowers and lemon that carry well on the palate. The fine lemony acidity of the 2014 vintage sears through nicely on the finish, and the length extends to very good length. Chill it well; fine for Japanese cuisine; pork roasts. Tasted December 2015. Value rating +++ Score – 88. (David Lawrason,, Dec. 17, 2015)

Cave Spring Indian Summer Riesling 375Ml

The nose is highly aromatic with aromas of peach, apricot and Bartlett pear over top notes of exotic citrus, spice and comb honey. The palate is full and sweet with a round, seamless feel, gently lifted by well integrated acidity throughout. Rich flavours of sultana raisins, dried apricot and orange marmelade dominate, carrying with great intensity alongside nuances of pear preserve long onto the finish.

Savoury Foîe gras, pâté, seafood terrines, or hot and sour soups, blue or aged cow’s milk cheese Dessert Apple or pear pastries, Sabayon on poached peaches, citrus, nut tortes and crème brûlée.

Culmina Decora Riesling

Harvested from the crop of Riesling on Margaret’s Bench, and Latin for pretty or fine, Decora is an intensely aromatic Riesling that whets the palate with mouth-watering acidity. Showing delicate spice, floral, and stone fruit aromas, Decora displays pronounced flavours of citrus, mineral, and stone fruit, creating a wine of outstanding vivacity, delicacy, elegance, and style.

Donnhoff Tonschiefer Riesling Dry Slate

The sloping vineyards of the Leistenberg are characterised predominantly by clay slate soils. This dry, blackish-grey slate is perfect for producing superbly elegant wines. The characterful dry Riesling wines from these soils are therefore named after this ancient rock. Tonschiefer translates as clay slate. Fermented and matured in stainless steel vats and large oak barrels. Full-bodied, mineral Riesling wine with a fruit nose of great finesse and classic acidity.

Foris Vineyards Riesling

Our style of Riesling is not bone dry, yet the one percent residual sugar is balanced by relatively high acidity, creating the impression of a wine that finishes on the dry side.

Riesling is one of the world’s great and sometimes surprising wines in that is enjoyable in its youth and can stand the test of time. It is also adaptable to a wide variety of cuisine and may be enjoyed as an aperitif as well as being a partner to a main course.

Four Shadows Vineyard Riesling

Situated on the eastern slope looking down on Penticton this vineyard has two distinct blocks of Riesling. This wine hails primarily from the highest elevation block on an extremely steep slope of gravel and clay layered over fractured bedrock and rotten granite. Owners Wilbert and Joka Borren put tremendous care into establishing this special block and this wine shows the great potential.
Ripe pineapple, mango and dried apple open up to caramelized brown sugar and pie apple in a richly textured, off-dry finish

Henry Of Pelham Riesling (VQA)

Dry with the vitality of fruity crispness balanced by a slight residual sweetness on the palate. Lemon, citrus and rose petal aromas. Age from 1 to 5 years from vintage. Pairs well with roasted glazed ham, goat cheeses or white pizza with mozzarella, Romano and vegetable toppings.