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Although thought to originate in Germany, the Riesling grape is able to thrive in cool temperatures throughout the world. While the best Riesling wines can either be bone dry or incredibly sweet, the varietal is very sensitive to growing conditions and fully expresses the terroir of its origins, lending distinctive character to the finished wine. German Rieslings reflect the slate soils of the region, which imposes a crisp minerality, while Alsace Rieslings display more fruit notes due to the warmer climate. High quality Rieslings can also hail from other countries such as Australia, Austria, New Zealand and the United States. Browse our large selection of Riesling brands from around the world, and try pairing different styles with a variety of meals, such as salad, fish, light pasta dishes, and dessert.

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Barker's Marque "3 Brooms" Riesling 2008 (Marlborough, New Zealand) Carl Loewen "Detzemer" Riesling Spatlese Feinherb 2006 (Mosel-Saar-Ruwer, Germany) Charles Smith "Kung Fu Girl" Riesling 2013 (Columbia Valley, Washington)
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Barker's Marque 3 Brooms Riesling Carl Loewen Detzemer Riesling Spatlese Feinherb Charles Smith Kung Fu Girl Riesling

"3 Brooms" single vineyard wine is cultivated from Muritai, the Barker family's vineyard in Marlborough. Rich citrus aromas on the nose complement spicy flavors of mandarin and apricot. This off-dry wine has pleasant, refreshing acidity that leads to soft earthy notes on the finish.


Carl Loewen is renowned for producing excellent wines for astoundingly good prices. They are made in a chalky, mineral-rich style, similar to Blanc de Blancs Champagne. Loewen also places a high emphasis on freshness of fruit, rather than "old-wine" flavor with petrol notes. This wine is blended with 2% Muller-Thurgau to achieve greater balance.

On the nose, Kung Fu Girl is bursting with Asian pear, white peach and spring flowers. Apricot, pear, lime, and a pleasant minerality keep this off-dry wine at the perfect level of subtle sweetness. This is a great wine for a summer picnic.

Covey Run Riesling 2010 (Columbia Valley, Washington) Domaine Joseph Cattin Riesling 2011 (Alsace, France) Dr. Konstantin Frank "Salmon Run" Riesling 2012 (Finger Lakes, New York)
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Covey Run Riesling Domaine Joseph Cattin Riesling Dr Konstantin Frank Salmon Run Riesling

Covey Run Riesling is a surprisingly well-priced and well-made value wine. This white boasts alluring aromas of peach and honeysuckle, while the off-dry, brightly acidic palate displays nectarine, melon, and honey flavors.

Domaine Joseph Cattin Riesling displays an elegant floral nose, while the dry, crisp palate offers white peach and citrus fruit, backed by a strong mineral note.

This Finger Lakes Riesling shows excellent acidity and bright flavors of honeysuckle, pear, and apple. Enjoy chilled before a meal or paired with poultry and fish.
Flying Fish Riesling 2010 (Washington State) Hogue Late Harvest White Riesling 2013 (Washington State) Jacob's Creek Dry Riesling 2014 (South Australia, Australia)
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Flying Fish Riesling Hogue Late Harvest White Riesling Jacobs Creek Dry Riesling

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Flying Fish Riesling is a bright, summery white with aromas of lime, orange blossom, peach, and apricot. The palate is very subtly off dry, and displays ripe white fruit, spicy minerality, and refreshing acidity.

This ripe, luscious wine has honeyed peach and apricot flavors, and a pleasant, pronounced sweetness. Serve it with poached fruit, almond biscotti and shortbread cookies.

This Riesling is dry, crisp, and elegant, with attractive lemon and lime flavors. When chilled, it is perfectly suited to white meats, seafood and summer salads.
Josef Leitz "Eins Zwei Dry" Riesling Trocken 2011 (Rheingau, Germany) Mission Hill Reserve Riesling Icewine 2013 (Okanagan Valley, Canada) (375ml) Nein Lives Riesling 2013 (Mosel, Germany)
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Josef Leitz Eins Zwei Dry Riesling Trocken Mission Hill Reserve Riesling Icewine Nein Lives Riesling (Mosel, Germany)

While indeed dry, this white still has abundant fruit highlighted by a subtle mineral note. Ripe aromas and flavors of peach, pear, apple and a hint of rose petal make this an excellent companion to pork loin, roasted chicken, and a wide array of seafood.

Created from naturally frozen grapes, Mission Hill Riesling Icewine offers vibrant aromas of green apple, citrus fruit and honeysuckle. Concentrated flavors of guava, apricot preserves, apple and praline on the palate provide the perfect balance of sweet and tart notes which lead to a long, persistent finish.


Nein Lives Riesling grapes are sourced from the Middle Mosel along the banks of the Mosel River in the town of Piesporter. The Middle Mosel is considered the best source of diversity, complexity, and quality grapes within the Mosel Valley. There is no top soil here. Broken shale and schist cover the vineyards and impart the clean, complex mineral quality that has come to distinguish Mosel Rieslings. Nein Lives is an off-dry riesling. On the palate it is slightly creamy, delicately mineral wine with a sweet-sour candy tang. Fragrant apricot fruit is nearly balanced with a tart green-grape sourness.