Foodies Resiling

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World Market, $8.99

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Aaron: Honey … lots of honey.  Plus some lemon and other citrus flavors.  This was definitely not as sweet as the smell, more like zucchini doused in citrus juice.  Frankly, there wasn’t much going on and this wasn’t great.  I’m hoping some of the other World Market brand wines will be better.  86 points.

Teri: This riesling has a light honeysuckle nose with flavors of lemon-honey, apricot, and a little melon. It is on the sweeter side but not too sweet. It would pair well with spicy or Chinese food and is very easy to drink. Great bottle for new wine drinkers or to enjoy with a variety of meals. 89 points for an easy versatile go-to wine. 



Geist M 2014 Saar Riesling Trocken – Mosel

img_0003Lot 18, $21.99

Aaron:  This featured a nutty brown nose with melon and granite.  The flavor was a bit dull and not very sweet but did include lots of leafy greens.  As expected, very little fruit flavors and probably not a favorite for American Riesling lovers.  87 points

Teri: In the US most people associate riesling with a sweeter flavor. In areas like Australia and Germany, this grape takes many forms. This bottle is dry and crisp with blended flavors of metallic minerals and tropical fruits. No noticeable heavy tannins but still carries a light to medium body. 88 points 

Chateau Ste Michelle Riesling 2013

BevMRiesling Chateau Ste Michelleo, $8.79

Total Wine & More, $5.97

Aaron: For a big-name, easy to find “sweeter” wine I enjoyed this.  White raspberry and some metallic undertones stormed the nose making it slightly sweet but not overdone.  Pineapple and mango along with some palm bark make for an easy-drinking flavor that is great for new wine drinkers.  90 points

Teri: Common on many wine lists and supermarket isles, this Washington winery produces a middle of the road Riesling which is easy to drink and pleasant to drink for a variety of situations. I didn’t smell much on the wine, but the flavors carry hints of lemonade, orange citrus, and warm vanilla peach. Not extraordinary but good and a strong go-to for something you can easily find and will be liked by many individuals. 88 points 


Villa Maria New Zealand Dry Riesling 2010 Private Bin

Villa Maria New Zeland Dry Resiling

Dry Riesling on Villa Maria Website

Wine of the Month Club, Feb 2015, $15.99

Aaron: Dry, fruity peach nose with some slate and mushroom.  This riesling is nice and crisp with some tangy citrus and orange fruits.  Tangerine and cantaloupe flavors are fine but not incredible.  88 points

Teri: The best part of this wine is the juxtaposition of the bright flavors to the clean dry finish of the wine. A nose of peach and green apple are reflected in the wine itself, carrying further green apple characteristics along with white peach and bitter pear. This wine is very easy to drink and I give it 90 points for its flavor and drinkability.