Riesling is a world-known variety that, next to Grüner Veltliner, has great prominence and importance in the wine-growing regions along the Danube river and its tributaries, an area so rich in weathered primary rock soils. There’s good reason that Riesling is called the king of white wines. The late ripening grape is highly demanding in the vineyards, and is sensitive to grape stalk necrosis, stalk rot and grape Botrytis. The Botrytis is mainly undesirable – except for noble rot, for Auslese wines – because it can ruin the typical varietal aromas.

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Wines of this Variety (26)