Friday, March 18, 2011

You Like Riesling Already, Why Not Learn More About It?

Riesling is one of the world's finest grapes, and it's finally starting to get the recognition it deserves in the United States. It's grown everywhere from its native Germany, Alsace, and Austria to New York and Australia, and it can produce wines that range from bone-dry to dessert-sweet that match a variety of foods. But it's also a hard grape to pin down. With all the traditional style classifications like Kabinett, Trocken, Sp├Ątlese, Auslese, and Trockenbeerenauslese (huh?), it can be hard to figure out what's in the bottle before you buy. Taste great examples of this versatile grape from all over the world, and get the rundown on Riesling styles and how to find the one you love.


Riesling Revival Class
Wednesday, April 27th — 6:30pm to 8pm
$45 per person
Get your Tickets HERE
Chelsea Wine Vault | 75 Ninth Avenue | New York, NY 10011