Meli 2011 Riesling

by Boris at Chilean-Wine.com on July 10, 2012

Meli 2011 Riesling

Price: Around $13

Rating: ★★★★☆

Color: Pale yellow

Nose: Floral, green apple, and citrus zest

Taste: Dry and light bodied. Citrus and honeydew melon notes. Crisp mineral essence with bright acidity.

Summary: Made from 60 year old vines in one of Chile’s oldest wine growing regions. This refreshing dry Chilean Riesling is perfect to cool down this hot summer. Great with seafood, chicken and salads.

Product of Chile’s Maule Valley.

 

 

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Bill July 10, 2012 at 3:45 pm

How is Resling from Chile? I have never had it

Boris at Chilean-Wine.com July 10, 2012 at 3:59 pm

Bill, this Riesling is dry, so there is no residual sugar left. Imagine a sauvignon blanc with a little more zest and crispness in the body. A little more floral in the nose.

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