Albert Boxler Alsace Riesling 'Reserve' 2016

The Boxler family’s Alsatian roots date back to 1673, producing some of the region’s most serious white wines. Located in the Haut-Rhin, the estate’s vineyards create soil-specific bottles based on distinct single-vineyard sites. The 2016 Riesling Reserve shows gorgeous flavors of green apple, tea leaf, and pear, giving way to a fleshy, stark finish. Delicious on the table; serve with sushi and spicy Asian dishes.
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A versatile contender for ‘Greatest White Wine Grape in the World’ honors this German icon is not only insistently aromatic and mineral-rich but thrillingly acidic even at “sweet” ripeness levels.
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Alsace, France

Nominally French appellation in and around Strasbourg, where the Rhine River forms the border with onetime-annexer Germany. Mostly aromatic whites from the cool foothills of the Vosges Mountains.