True to its habitat and late ripening, hardly any wine expresses its origin better than the Riesling. Clear and fruity, paired with fine acidity and aromas such as peach, apple and apricot.
- Wachter Wiesler
- Lichtenberger González
- Herbert Zillinger
- Gut Oggau
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Riesling has its origins in the Rhine valley, where it was first mentioned in documents in the 15th century. The origin of the grape variety is based on a cross between the Traminer grape cultivated by the Romans on the Rhine and the local Rhenish wild vine called Heunisch. The great triumphant march to the crown of German viticulture took place in the 18th and 19th centuries and was so sought after internationally that it was often more expensive than many great wines from France. Riesling develops an enormous amount of fruit, extract and acidity, with typical aromas of apricot, peach and apple. In addition, its minerality often reflects the complexity of its origin, which leads to its incredible desirability among sommeliers and wine lovers all over the world. From good years, noble sweet Riesling is almost immortal, but dry growths also ripen excellently. Riesling plays undisputedly in the Champions League of the wine world.