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Rieslingfreak, No.2 Polish Hill River Riesling Clare Valley 2021
95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
"This 2021 No. 2 Polish Hill River Riesling is bright and punctuated by intense acidity, which is near-on invisible due to the voluminous fruit. All things are in place here—it is squeaky clean in the best, most pristine way, with rivulets of enduring flavor through the finish. Awesome."
Country: Australia         Region: Clare Valley

Love & Squalor, Riesling Willamette Valley 2015
93 points Wine Enthusiast
“This utterly delicious dry Riesling has just enough roundness to cut through the acidity. Its lush mix of citrus and stone fruit gathers strength and focus as it roars across the palate. It's instantly accessible yet built for enjoyment over the next decade.”
Country: United States         Region: Oregon

Wieninger Riesling Vienna Hills 2019
91 points Falstaff
"Medium yellow-green. Delicate peach notes underlaid with blossom honey, some pineapple, a breath of meadow herbs and kumquat. Medium body, juicy, integrated acidity, white stone fruit, fruit expression, already very gluggable."
Country: Austria         Region: Vienna Hills

Schieferkopf par Michel Chapoutier, Via St-Jacques Riesling Alsace 2012
17/20 points Jancis Robinson

"Wild-yeast fermentation in stainless steel. Full MLF. 10 months in foudres.
Pale-medium lemon-gold. Rich, creamy and spiced tones to ripe apple and lemon-lime peels, with toast and honey aromatic development. Touch of residual sugar, but finishes fully dry, with lively, crisp acidity, smoky minerality and an assertiveness to its limey fruit. Particular style, with lots of appeal. GV. (TJ)"
Country: France         Region: Alsace

Forge Cellars, Classique Dry Riesling Seneca Lake 2017
91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

"The 2017 Dry Riesling Classique is whole-cluster pressed, then fermented with indigenous yeasts and aged in a mixture of 57% neutral French barriques and 43% stainless steel for about eight months. It comes in with 13% alcohol and just three grams of residual sugar. This, says the winery, is the first labeling with the Seneca Lake AVA. It is a blend of sites from the southeast side of Seneca. This has as much power as the single-vineyard wines, showing some bite from the wood and plenty of focus. It holds up well to the upper level and comes at a bargain price. It may not have the finesse of the Leidenfrost, say, but it has as much depth and more power. And it's a lot cheaper—a word that only references price, not quality."
Country: United States         Region: Seneca Lake

Wegeler, Wehlener Sonnenuhr Riesling Kabinett 2011
90 points Falstaff
"Quite complex in the fragrance: mandarin, red apple, marjoram. On the palate soft and round in the beginning, proportions typical of the vintage, finely rounded, mild and playful despite the rather subtle acidity."
Country: United States         Region: Mosel


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