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Riesling Wine

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"Delve into the aromatic allure of Riesling wines with our curated selection. Known for its versatile range from sweet to dry, Riesling is a testament to winemaking finesse. Buy online and experience the intricate notes and vibrant acidity of our chosen Riesling bottles. Shop now and explore the multifaceted charm of this celebrated varietal."

  • O'Leary Walker Watervale Riesling 2023

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    $28.50
    or $27.08 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Famille Hugel Gentil 2021

    $31.65
    or $30.07 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Trimbach Riesling 2019

    $53.11
    or $50.45 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Dr Loosen Dr L Dry Riesling 2023

    $23.33
    or $22.16 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Jean Luc-Mader Riesling 2020

    $39.30
    or $37.34 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Frankland Estate Isolation Ridge Riesling 2023

    $57.00 $59.85
    or $54.15 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Two Paddocks Picnic by Two Paddocks Riesling 2022

    $35.00
    or $33.25 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Trimbach Riesling Reserve 2020

    $60.98
    or $57.93 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Langmeil Live Wire Riesling 2023

    $21.65
    or $20.57 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Stefano Lubiana Riesling 2022

    $41.03
    or $38.98 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Jean Luc-Mader Riesling Rosacker Grand Cru 2021

    $88.52
    or $84.09 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Rieslingfreak No.5 Clare Valley Off Dry Riesling 2023

    $23.90 $26.00
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  • Weingut Schloss Lieser Niederberg Helden Riesling Spatlese 2020

    $72.85
    or $69.21 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Burklin-Wolf Riesling Dry 2021

    $38.49
    or $36.57 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Trimbach Riesling "Frederic Emile" 2014 375ml

    $86.99
    or $82.64 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Hugel Riesling Classic 2022

    $49.99
    or $47.49 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Rocky Gully Riesling 2023

    $23.33
    or $22.16 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Robert Weil Rheingau Riesling Trocken 2021

    $59.86
    or $56.87 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Rieslingfreak No.4 Eden Valley Riesling 2023

    $26.92
    or $24.90 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Frogmore Creek FGR Riesling 2019

    $31.99
    or $29.19 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Rieslingfreak No.10 Zenit Riesling 2023

    $35.74
    or $33.07 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Balthasar Ress Hattenheimer Schützenhaus Riesling Kabinett (screw cap) 2022

    $46.66
    or $44.33 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Rieslingfreak No.2 Polish Hill River Riesling 2023

    $30.92
    or $28.60 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • O'Leary Walker Polish Hill River Riesling 2011

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    $38.75
    or $36.81 in case of 12 bottles.
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Riesling has long been a beacon of elegance and purity in the world of white wines. Hailing originally from the Rhine region of Germany, this grape has traveled and adapted, finding homes in various corners of the globe, from the chilly climates of Alsace in France to the sunny slopes Riesling has long been a beacon of elegance and purity in the world of white wines. Hailing originally from the Rhine region of Germany, this grape has traveled and adapted, finding homes in various corners of the globe, from the chilly climates of Alsace in France to the sunny slopes of Australia's Clare Valley. What makes Riesling particularly special is its ability to reflect its terroir with remarkable clarity. The mineral undertones of a Mosel Riesling, for example, can transport one to the steep, slate-rich banks of this German river. In contrast, a Riesling from the Finger Lakes in New York might exhibit fresh green apple notes, reminiscent of the region's cool, lakeside climate. Equally fascinating is the grape's aging potential. Over time, Riesling undergoes a metamorphosis, evolving from bright, citrusy notes to richer, petrol-like aromas, adding depth and complexity to the tasting experience. This transformative quality ensures that each bottle, whether young or aged, offers a unique narrative, waiting to be unraveled by the drinker. The beauty of Riesling lies in its honesty. It doesn’t pretend, it doesn’t mask; it purely and simply presents the essence of its origin. This authenticity, combined with its diverse flavor profile, makes it a favorite among both novices and seasoned wine enthusiasts. It's more than just a drink; it's a story in a bottle. read more... less

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is Riesling Wine?

Riesling is the queen of cold climates. No other grape, red or white, performs better at low temperatures than Riesling. The prominent German grape is also unique in terms of flavour and aroma — it has no equal. The best part? Riesling is the source of refreshing white wines and luscious dessert wines, so the grape has you covered no matter your vinous needs. Let’s talk about this famous white grape and what makes it unique. Riesling is a noble varietal and adding it to your wine rotation will make your time around the table much more enjoyable.

What Are the Most Popular Riesling Wines?

For some time, the most eminent wines made with Riesling were sweet; wines at all sweetness levels. These were decadent wines, for sure. Still, dry Riesling has gained recognition, especially for its elegance and versatility at the table. The most popular Riesling wines, like those from Germany and Austria, have historical significance. Still, New World wine regions have tamed the grape and are now a source of spectacular wines, from Washington and New York to the Adelaide Hills in Australia. Riesling is not exclusive to Germany anymore.

What Are the Different Types of Riesling Wine?

Riesling thrives where few other grapes can, in latitudes as extreme as those found in Canada, the UK and Germany. Ripening the golden grapes is no easy feat, but when the conditions are right, Riesling can produce attractive dry, semi-sweet and sweet wines. The sweetness level in the wine defines the types of Riesling wine, but the terroir matters, too. The grapes gain aromatic complexity when grown in optimal sites with suitable soil and sun orientation. And although Germany and other old-world systems classify the types of wine with their often-confusing Prädikat that measures the grapes’ sugar when harvested, in the New World, we can simply classify Riesling as dry or sweet.

Are Riesling Wines Expensive?

Some of the most expensive wines in the world are made with Riesling, and they can go for thousands of dollars. Still, most wine made with the grape is not costly. Riesling can produce age-worthy wine, and wine that can age is often pricier than that with a short shelf-life. Riesling can also be a source of rare, sweet wines — ice wine and wine made with grapes affected by the noble rot are rare, so these wines are pricey. On the plus side, you need not look for long to find an adequately priced Riesling, either dry or sweet.

What Are the Best Riesling Wines?

The best Riesling used to be made exclusively in Germany, but that’s not the case anymore. Australia has become a delicious source of the floral wine, and we could say the same about North America. Riesling might only grow in regions with cold climates, but plenty of those are scattered around the globe. Discover our selection of Riesling wine at World Wine and let us deliver the best Riesling in Australia to your doorstep.