Stonewall Riesling 2011

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Stonewall Riesling 2011

Stonewall Riesling 2011 Wine Review

New Zealand is a great country for the Sauvignon wines but its Riesling wines are also incredibly delicious. In fact, such prominent winemakers as John Forrest prefer to produce the Riesling wines on this land and for an obvious reason. When you want to try something new, original or even extraordinary, you do not need to go too far. Just order a bottle of Stonewall Riesling 2011 and enjoy its amazingly refreshing and beautiful taste.

A masterpiece by John Forrest

This Riesling was produced in 2011. But being a young white wine, it tastes surprisingly good.  You will hardly find another dry white wine of the same top-notch quality. This wine has a pale lemon color but don’t get fooled by its simplicity. The fresh aroma of this Stonewall Riesling 2011 is a unique blend of honeysuckle, citrus, ginger and apricots.  It is a very complex dry white wine and that’s why it has drawn so much attention to its producer. The taste of this wine can tell you a lot about the winemaker. This wine is made by a man who has an exceptional sense of true beauty.

Elegant white wine

The dry white wine from New Zealand is full of minerals and has a very elegant aroma. It is positioned as limited supplies but not too expensive. On the other hand, if you are planning to give it a try, you should do it as soon as you can. The good news is that you can order it online without any problems at all. But before you place your order, consider yourself buying 2-3 bottles of this delicious Riesling. You do not want to run out of stocks just because you have not purchased more than one bottle. This wine drinks very easily and smoothly. Therefore, you can finish it before you will even notice.

True beauty from New Zealand

Stonewall Riesling 2011 is not a typical dry white wine. It is a very unique Riesling with the most original taste, flavor and aroma. It embodies the beauty of New Zealand and resembles its vividness and brightness. This wine is light and enjoyable. But its complex taste proves that the finest Rieslings do not necessarily need to hail from Germany. They can be made in any part of the world and the quality will be exceptional. This perfectly balanced mineral Riesling is another proof of this theory. Even though it is very original, it is still the same old good Riesling we all know.

 

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