Sunday, November 15, 2009

Drylands Dry Riesling 2007

We gave this New Zealand white from the Marlborough valley a try because my CDC maintains that she's never met a New Zealand wine she didn't like. In fact, this wine has nothing in common with the treacly, fruit juice like Rieslings one generally encounters in this country. It has a bright mix of peach and citrus flavors with just the right note of acidity and not even a hint of sweetness. At the present sale price of $9.99 it's a genuine bargain.

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