Medium dry but maximum delicious, the Loosen Dr. L Riesling.100% Riesling from Mosel, Germany. The wine is produced 100% in … [Read more...]
The Best Riesling - The 2020 Reverse Wine Snob Picks!
Riesling, often seen as the wine connoisseur's white, is a rather amazing variety that can range from sweet to dry, from simple to complex and from young to age-worthy. It offers a fascinating (and delicious) look into just how different the same variety can be expressed in different areas with different winemaking techniques. And while many of these wines can be quite expensive, in our list of the best Riesling we've highlighted some very affordable and delicious picks under $20.
Originally from Germany, where it still prospers, excellent examples are also found in nearby Alsace and Austria. Not nearly as widely grown as grapes like Cabernet and Chardonnay, the variety needs the right conditions to really prosper. Outside of the aforementioned regions, we've also found remarkably good Riesling in Australia and New Zealand.
One of our favorite aspects of this grape is the wide stylistic range of wines that can be produced. From complex, dry, age-worthy bottles to the very sweet, our list of the best Riesling under $20 includes plenty of examples of both types -- and everything in between!
Read on for all of our picks of the best Riesling under $20!
Dry, inexpensive and quite tasty, the Blue Fish Original Riesling.100% Riesling from Pfalz, Germany. The wine has 8.6 g/L of … [Read more...]
A solid six dollar Riesling from Aldi for those that like them on the sweeter side, the Crestwood Barrel Riesling.Riesling from … [Read more...]
Our latest Aldi find on a simple, nicely sweet and delicious Mosel Riesling.100% Riesling from steep slate hillside vineyard plots … [Read more...]
An excellent and inexpensive Riesling from the Mosel region in Germany, the Loosen Bros. Dr. L Riesling Dry.100% Riesling from … [Read more...]
Deliciously sweet Riesling from Aldi, the Landshut Riesling.Riesling from Mosel, Germany. … [Read more...]