If you love your Riesling with a touch of sweetness, then you’re in luck! Taste the off-dry, zesty Split Rock, which comes from the oldest family winery on New Zealand’s South Island. Then, from Germany, you have the vibrant, medium-dry Villa Loosen (of Dr. Loosen fame) and The Boar – a fine Riesling layered with ripe apple, peach, citrus and lifted floral notes.
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This off-dry, zesty Riesling comes from the oldest family winery on New Zealand’s South Island – Seifried estate in sunny Nelson, established well before Cloudy Bay. The Aussies make ultra-appetising, lime-fresh Rieslings. Now taste it the Kiwi way.
Weingut Josef Leitz is located in Rüdesheim, at the western end of the Rheingau. As the German Wine Guide notes, “Few in the Rheingau make finer wines than Leitz.” This family estate is run by Johannes Leitz, who took over what was then a 2.6 hectare property in 1985, aged just 21, and grew it to 43 hectares.