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Staff Pick

"Eins Zwei Zero" Riesling Alcohol Free, Leitz - 2016

Item # 37992 750mL
$14.99/ Single Bottle
$179.88 $161.89/ Case of 12
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Tasting Notes

A non-alcoholic Riesling that is slightly sweet, with flavors of apple and stone fruit. Made by respected Riesling producer, Leitz.


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Staff Pick Notes

How delightful! Food and wine go together like any other perfect combination, no need to list analogies. Sometimes, when I don't want the effects of alcohol but I want the palate cleansing abilities of a crisp delicious white wine, it's almost impossible to find a solution to. Then I discovered this. Enter Leitz, recognized as one of the best producers of exceptionally tasty and complex wines from the Rheingau. This is wine. It's grown, harvested and vinified just like the rest but then de-alcoholized.

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