The Best Rieslings from Austria

Wachau Valley, Austria

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Wachau Valley, Austria

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Riesling has long been Germany’s flagship grape variety, yet neighbouring Austria is giving them a run for their money. Austrian Rieslings are grown on the steep slopes of the Danube River, which meanders through picturesque places like the Wachau Valley. From sweet to bone dry styles, Riesling reveals a myriad of aromas fluctuating from delicate floral impressions to dazzling tropical fruit, wrapped around spine-tingling acidity. Here is Falstaff’s selection of the best.

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