In the second part of this episode, we taste a Riesling from Tesco’s Finest Range.
Produced in Australia, as was the Aldi wine in Part 1, this wine did have the hint of petrol on the ‘nose’.
Not quite as floral as the Aldi wine, but probably has more of a traditional taste for Reisling.
Again just like the Aldi – a “cracking price”.
In the last part of this episode, we taste a Riesling from New Zealand.
This Riesling is much softer than those tried in Part 1 & 2.
A hint of Grapefruit in the flavor, but again not a typical Riesling.
We have the pleasure of tasting yet another German Riesling this time from the Mosel region.
This particular wine is supposedly slightly sweeter than the two we tasted in Part 1 & 2, or as John puts it, “Halbtrocken” (half dry)!
This wine was produced by a family that can trace it’s wine making roots back to 1156!
So how did it compare to the two Rieslings we tasted in Part 1 & 2?
Take a look and find out……
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