Friday, March 10, 2006

Sybille Kuntz Trocken Riesling 2002 Wine Review (NW)

Lightly sweet and fragrant nose
Honey and pear on the palate
Elegant finish

This is a nice wine and it happened to be a terrific accompaniment to my appetizers at a local seafood restaurant. It has crisp acidity and a clean, elegant finish.

German Rieslings come in many forms, from ultra dry to ultra sweet. This wine is on the dry end, and therefore, is very versatile. I paid $8 for a glass at the restaurant and the bottle price in most stores runs approximately $18. Raise a glass!

1 comment:

Dr. Vino said...

Mmm, yummy dry Riesling. This is a great one--it's got something like one gram of residual sugar so I love to pour it for people who think "blue nun" when they think Riesling.