My FAVORITE wine
While on a business trip in Minnesota many years ago, the waiter suggested this riesling with dinner. I "discovered" it long before it became popular and a staple in stores. Years later it remains my FAVORITE everyday wine, and the pricetag is a plus!
Easy on the Palate
Refreshing and light. Goes well with appetizers, shrimp fruit and cheese and more....
My favorite everyday wine
I fell in love with this Riesling when I lived in Seattle. It pairs well with every food I've tried... including s'mores at a campfire! I highly recommend this as an inexpensive and reliable everyday wine.
I enjoy this wine. It's on my list to purchase again.
Oh so delicious!
First time tasting this wine & fell head-over-hills with it. Great for an after work relaxer.
I love this almost as much as the Fess Parker Riesling. Very good with cheese and fruit.
chateau st. micheller reisling
great taste sweet
Riesling - great
I love this riesling. It's wonderful to cook with tomatoes and artichokes and capers to create a sauce over fish or chicken. It's a nice wine for the price for a quick meal any night.
Very nice for a non-German Reisling.
Love this stuff
Now this is a riesling to keep in the house. It's a great taste whether you have it with food or not.
Great with German dishes
This is one of my favorites. It was the first Johannisberg Reislings I tried and I still go back to it. It goes excellent with my husband's homemade weiner schnitzel, spatzle, and red cabbage.
Nice smooth drink. This is one of the best I have tasted so far.
great everyday white
light, not overly sweet
Light and sweet. Crisp. Apple aromas. Peach and Apricot flavors. Good everyday wine. Would serve with company also.
Great Value for the Price!
Light and fruity, this Riesling goes very well with fish, salads, mild cheeses, and fresh fruit. Highly recommended as a staple for your wine rack.
Flavorful, good taste, not too sweet
This is a wonderful Riesling for under $10. Flavors are present but not overpowering, and the wine isn't too sweet. Would certainly drink it again, with or without a full meal.
Reisling Amy like!
Could almost give this one 5 stars. Not overly sweet like so many...
tastes more expensive than it is, quite decent at the price
A great standard Riesling. A little sweet and a little heavy, but works well as a before dinner wine.
For not being German...
This riesling is very good for not being German, but that might be the one same thing that some people might hold against this wine: not being German. Riesling is my favorite grape/wine, especially German ones, but this one took me by surprise. I just had a bottle of this with my wife for the first time with some spicy shrimp appetizers and creamy parmesan shrimp pasta at Ruby Tuesday and to me it went very well with the food. The wine is extremely easy to drink, and it has a very pleasant aftertaste/vapor/little heat that goes out through your nose. I also felt like a very faint spicyness ("kick") at the end. I gave it 4 stars because it's not from Germany, but in the end, it's not the wine's fault, it's just bad geography luck, so I could give it 5 stars. I was hesitant to try it at first because I have read several negative reviews about this wine on the net. Boy am I glad I didn't follow the advice of those negative reviews! Do yourself a favor and try this!
great price; $10 at sams; low acid; slightly sweet, good appertif
wine wave 6-25-07 rates high
A nice sweet cheap riesling. Great value
HARD TO BEAT THIS FOR THE MONEY
IT ISN'T EROICA BUT IS A VERY DELIGHTFUL REISLING
This wine has a full flavor, with the right amount of sweetness.
It has the right sweetness, but the finish isn't pleasant. Perhaps it was just the vintage I tasted, but I can't help comparing it to Columbia Winery's Cellar Master's Riesling, which I give 5 stars.
Inexpensive and still an excellent riesling.
This American style riesling is fairly good, with nice earthy tones in a fairly dry rendition.
If the Riesling isn't coming from Germany, I'd definitely choose a Washington State one over a California one! Johannisbergs are mere average, if that!
I love riesling wines and in a moment of weakness I bought this to try. This was the worst Reisling that I have ever tasted. After one glass I dumped the rest into the sink. I tried it because I am running out of the 1998 QbP Burklin-Wolf, a VDP riesling from the Pfalz area of Germany. I will continue to search.