Riesling Rheingau, Leitz
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Riesling Rheingau, Leitz - 2021

Item # 10651 750mL

A very delicious, off-dry white wine that you can appreciate on its own or alongside porchetta sandwiches. This is just the type of wine you can open up for friends as they roll into your apartment before dinner.

$16.99/ Single Bottle
$203.88 $183.49/ Case of 12
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If you usually drink Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand and are looking for something new to try, take this bottle of Leitz home tonight. This is a dry riesling with aromas of white peach, golden apples and fresh, zesty lemon juice. It's light in body and relatively low in alcohol, so you can reach for a second glass and enjoy dinner without feeling dizzy. Leitz is a leading name in the Rheingau, and makes some of the best wines in all of Germany. In 2011, in 2011 vigneron and winemaker Johannes Leitz was recognized by the esteemed Gault Millau (Germany's Wine Spectator) as “Winemaker of the Year.” Now, you can enjoy a bottle of his wine for under $15. Cheers!


Pairing Advice

This wine pairs nicely with a bright, acidic goat’s milk cheese and stands up beautifully to a smoked young goat cheese (if you can find one!)



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