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Hirtzberger “Setzberg” Riesling Smaragd 2012, Wachau, Austria $58.99
(only $50.14 with GoGo discount)

One of Austria, and possibly the world’s most exciting producers of Riesling, Hirtzberger matches an unforgettably soft and rich texture with laser sharp acidity. Pleasantly tart notes of lime and rhubarb meld on the palate with flavors of peach, honeysuckle and minerals. An eye-opening, invigorating wine that sticks to your palate long after you take a sip!



Friendliest


Klemens Weber Riesling Halbtrocken 1L, 2013, Pfalz, Germany $13.99
(only $11.89 with GoGo discount)

Pfalz is Germany’s second largest wine region and also one of its warmest. It is known for producing a brilliantly dry and spicy expression from its limestone soils. Sporting delicate white floral, talcum powder minerals and appley aromas backed by a zippy acidity and mouthwatering finish, Klemens Weber is an easy drinking and delicious intro to Pfalz Riesling. What says friendliest better than a 1L bottle?

Best Bargain


Best Bargain: Lone Birch Riesling 2011, Yakima Valley, Washington State $13.99
(only $11.89 with GoGo discount)

Hailing from Yakima Valley, the first officially designated appellation in Washington State, Lone Birch opens with bright floral tones and white peach on the nose, followed by a dry but forward palate of ripe stone fruit, honey-crisp apple, peach and apricot. Yakima’s cool climate (on average 5-10 degrees lower than the rest of the state) showcasing Riesling’s natural acidity. A dab of minerality brings this food-friendly wine to a satisfying conclusion.

 




Most Interesting


Most Interesting: Abbazia Novacella Kerner 2013, Alto Adige, Italy $22.99
(only $19.54 with GoGo discount)

The Abbazia Novacella winery is located on the grounds of an Augustinian monastery in Italy's northernmost wine-growing region on the south side of the Alps in Alto Adige. This fabulous and unique dry wine is a hybrid of Riesling and Schiava (a red grape!) It offers bright floral and peachy aromas with spice on the finish. Alto Adige's mineral-rich soils, high elevation and cool climate bring mouth-watering acidity and intense fruity flavors together in this luscious wine.

 

Sip by sip, month by month: We'll decide this wine tasting business one exciting grape at a time!


Monthly Calendar


January-Southern Italy

February-Pacific Northwest

March-Australia

April-Riesling

May-Porch Pounders!

June-Rose

July-South America

August-Napa Vs Sonoma: A California Showdown!

September-Syrah

October-
Piedmont: A Northern Italian Gem

November- Gamay:  Beaujolais and Beyond!

December-Sparkling Wine!
 

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