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Riesling is a grape you either love to love or love to hate. Those who love Riesling appreciate it for its pronounced aromatics and food-friendliness. Sweeter style Rieslings make a perfect accompaniment to spicy dishes, such as Asian foods. The often overlooked drier styles of Riesling pair well with light meats and fish.

The most common response Sommeliers hear when they ask a customer if they like Riesling is, “No. I don’t like sweet wines.” It’s true that Riesling is often vinified to leave residual sugar. This practice is integral to balancing the high acid of the grape, especially when grown in cooler climates. However, there are many examples of dry Riesling wines that may just change your mind about the grape.

How to Find A Dry Riesling
When looking for a drier style Riesling, look for one with moderate levels of alcohol (e.g. 11% ABV and above). An ABV of 9%, for example, usually indicates that not all the sugars were converting into alcohol, leaving some leftover in the form of residual sugar. Beyond just alcohol level, there are a few regions that specialize in making dry Riesling in particular:

  • Alsace, France: This tiny French region is obsessed with Dry Riesling and has 51 Grand Cru vineyards, making some of the most coveted dry Riesling wines in the world.
  • South Australia: Clare and Eden Valleys in South Australia make lean, lime-driven Rieslings that when aged, gain smoky, diesel-like notes.
  • Washington, New York, British Columbia and Niagara Escarpment: For North American dry Riesling you’ll find these northern latitude regions leading the way with exceptional quality Riesling wines. For the most part, look for wines labeled “dry” on the label.


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  1. Mr. Mick by Tim Adams Riesling 2017

    Mr. Mick by Tim Adams Riesling 2017

    The Clare Valley is the home of Australia's finest Rieslings & Tim Adams is one of the Clare's leading producers. "This wine has lovely lemon & lime character with a tangy acid & fruit finish". Without doubt one of the best Riesling wines in Singapore! 95pts - James Halliday 'Australian Wine Companion' 94pts - Robert Parker' 'The Wine Advocate'
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  2. Macaw Creek Organic Riesling 2016

    The Clare Valley is the home of Australia's finest Rieslings. Winemaker Rod Hooper literally "wrote the book" on how to produce organic & preservative free wines.

    He pioneered the technique to produce preservative free wines that eliminated the sulphites that are problematic for many wne consumers.

    A fragrant Riesling with orange blossom & lime notes, delicate yet elegant palate with lemon & lime flavours finishing with crisp clean natural acidity. Produced from Organic Riesling (certified by NASAA) grown in the Clare Valley.

    5 stars & Best Value Riesling – Winestate Magazine

    Best Value Buy – The Wine & Spirit Insider Magazine

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  3. Tar & Roses 'Lewis' Riesling 2017

    Prior vintages rated 90+ pts by James Halliday!

    A fresh, vibrant Aussie Riesling style envisioned by the Riesling expert the late Don Lewis.

    Picked at optimal level of ripeness, this Riesling has a beautiful dusty pale lemony gold colour, with a sweet musk stick flavour.

    A lifted bouquet of orange blossom & spring flowers with hints of mint & thyme, and a palate of fresh Lime & apple pie with a touch of cloves. Loads of tangy citrus fruit & attractive light musk scents. Delicious & refreshing!

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  4. Em's Table Organic 'Late Harvest' Riesling 2016

    Em's Table Organic 'Late Harvest' Riesling 2016

    Em's Table Organic 'Late Harvest' Riesling 2016

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