Though most people expect Riesling to be sweet, there are many vintages that are dry, particularly those from Germany. Of course, it’s easy in the United States to find all kinds of sweet varieties because that’s what many consumers enjoy. However, it is good to know that sweet Riesling is not your only option.
Dry Rieslings from Germany might have a label that advertises “trocken” or “dry”. However, it’s increasingly the case that dry Rieslings in Germany are rule rather than the exception. American Rieslings sometimes carry the “dry” label as well, though since most Washington and New York vintages are understood to be dry, there may be no indication of such on the label.
At Annie’s you’ll find both Sweet and dry Riesling options available. Stop in and try something that you may have never tasted before.
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