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Riesling

On David Way’s recommendation and introduction, we began our visit to Piemonte at Oddero. The winery is in the small village of Santa Maria, …

Barolo is the first region from Piemonte on anyone’s list from. Its 170 official MGA (Menzione Geografiche Agguintive), or cru vineyards produce one of …

Decided I was missing a lot of complex whites in my collection & experiences, so found this in the shop across the road. An …

2 for 2 for Schlumberger’s 1997 Kitterlé Grands Crus: Pinot Gris and Riesling both tremendously disappointing. Mid-gold / straw colour. Slight aromas of white …

A pleasant Riesling. Not the greatest ever, but not at all bad for the price. Combined aromas of white flowers and lime. Green-yellow colour. …

Really enjoyable example of a ready-to-drink Riesling that shows the good side of Alsace. Recommended by the Swig! owners and rightly so. Bought and …

Random Riesling given to me as a freebie. Sadly a classic example that filled my prejudices about German wine. Faintly bubbly, light (8%) and …

Marlborough proves itself as a region for reliable Riesling as well as Sauvignon Blanc. This was a fresh, limey wine with depth, but not …

Rich and deep Alsatian white, but not overpowering – stood up quite well to spiced red pepper sauce with saffron flavoured couscous.