A clear, fruity wine that is typical of this German grape. It is clean on the palate and has a long finish. The nose is reminiscent of green apples, citrus and green berries. It would go well with fowl, fish, and white meats such as pork. Excellent with salads and light sandwiches and some Chinese and Indian dishes and of course it is dealcoholized.
Pros: Tastes like real wine.
Until now, there has been no de-alcoholized wine worthy of the name wine. NA beers have been pretty decent for years, but NA wine has been horrible. There Carl Jung wines are a true breakthrough. They are the first NA wine I have ever had that taste like wine. I have had all the still wines except the Rose'. They are all excellent. A nice meal without wine is really missing something. No longer, I would even bring these to a good BYOB restaurant. This Cab is my favorite among the reds. The Red Premium Blend is surprisingly good and a great value. The Merlot is a bit sweeter. Among the whites, the Chardonnay is my favorite. The White Premium Varietal is also very good. The Riesling is, of course sweeter, and is just a tad sparkling. I will continue to order all six of these, in a mix that reflects my preferences. You might find the sampler special a good way to try them. By the way Ray is excellent, and great at answering questions and solving problems.
Submitted by: Carl on 14/05/2016 11:08:49
Riesling Varietal Wine
$8.36 | 17 Points