I’ve heard many consumers complain about American riesling being too sweet. But this is just an example of how many consumers don’t be with you riesling. The problem isn’t necessarily the sweetness, it’s the fact that that sweetness isn’t balanced with acid. And let’s be apparent, not all rieslings are sweet. Rieslings from any province can run the gamut from bone dry to syrupy sweet.
Fritz’s is a brand that produces one thing, riesling. And they offer just one riesling, Fritz’s Riesling. There aren’t six different versions of riesling available from Fritz’s, just one. And that’s all you need.
The affect is set alight straw and it’s crystal apparent. On the nose this wine has aromas of lemon, green apple, honeysuckle and flint. The floral honeysuckle and the flint are what really make this wine fascinating. In the mouth it’s like a tart apple. It has a touch of sour and a touch of sweet at the same time. Apple
This isn’t a riesling to tuck away in the cellar and age, but one to delight in now. It may not be the absolute best ancient world riesling you’ll find, but it’s a very excellent one. And for the fee, it’s even better. I would certainly recommend checking out this wine. In the appearance days I’ll highlight some additional excellent riesling to try.
Disclosure: This wine was received as a sample.
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