Longview Macclesfield Riesling 2021

£14.00
Behold Longview's standout Riesling wine. A wine that's pale in colour, incorporates the finesse of distinct kaffir lime and citrus aromas, whilst being pristine and focussed....
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Corryton Burge Riesling Kith 2021

£20.50
An approachable fruit driven style with good acid and backbone. With crisp apple, lemon and floral fragrances of a classic Riesling, the lively, fresh apple and...
Bright yellowish green, hints of strawflowers and hay, very typical varietal character on the nose; dense with notes of caramel; dainty wooden nuances reveal traces...

Riesling is the melancholic, sweetly-scented, secret love interest of the wine world. Yes, this charming, German native has captured the hearts of wine glass-swilling, spectacle-wearing, spittoon-using experts the world over but, somehow, hasn’t yet adopted the same position in the public’s heart.

Varying from bone dry to richly sweet, from lemon peel to honeysuckle; however it appears, it is always distinctive and nearly always single. Like Queen Elizabeth I, who declared she was married to her country, Riesling foregoes relationships with other grapes and is instead married to wine lovers at large.