The Riesling is the latest in their offering of alcohol free still wines, (when will you be making a sparkling Giesen??) a bold move when you’re up against such stiff competition as Leitz Riesling (a universally adored white option).
On the nose this has the acidic punch you would expect from a Riesling. A very citrus forward drop it would seem. In the mouth…heck. NOT what I was expecting at all. Is is waaaayyy sweeter than it smells. Waaayyy sweeter than what I was expecting and waaaaayyy sweeter than what I can drink. There are some nice flavours in there, definitely getting the ripe mandarin, but I am getting no pronounced wine profile. This is a serious nup from me unfortunately!
Buy Again?: No
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|Cals per 100ml||22cal|
|Carbs per 100ml||5.2 g|
|Sugar per 100ml||5 g|
|Country of Origin||Australia|