C&J Drinks

Our Pick of Summer Riesling Wines

Riesling has overcome its sugar-water reputation to be appreciated as a versatile wine, quite unlike any other. Generally light in alcohol and with a high natural acidity that helps lift any sweetness, it makes for the perfect summer wine to be drunk alone or with shellfish, poultry, desserts and even spicy food.

Riesling Flavours
Key Flavours: Apricot, Peach, Lime, Grapefruit, Orange Blossom, Honey, Mineral and Petrol with Age.

Riesling Penfolds Bin 51 Eden Valley
Penfolds Bin 51 Eden Valley Riesling (South Australia)

NOSE: Florals, apple blossom and jasmine with perfumed bath salts, lime juice, lemon pith and a faint hint of spice to finish.

PALATE: Flavours of citrus, principally lemon juice/pith, slatey acid and a phenolic finish.

Riesling Trimback, Reserve 2011
Trimbach, Réserve Riesling 2011 (Alsace)

NOSE: Lemon peel, honeyed fruit, fennel and menthol.

PALATE: Ripe, supple and rich, yet lean and precise with excellent mineral character.

Riesling Von Galben Loss 2012
Riesling Vom Gelben Löss 2012, Josef Ehmoser (Austria)

NOSE: Restrained with cool stone notes and peach.

PALATE: Dry and fresh with pure lime notes.Crisp acidity and long finish.

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