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The 2007 Carl Reh Riesling should go well with many different Chinese dishes and is worth trying with anything spicy. However, it's probably best to try it with dishes that have at least a bit of sweetness as well. That should bring out the best characteristics of the Carl Reh Riesling.
The Cline Viognier is a full bodied, medium-dry wine with acidity that can range widely from flat to crisp, depending on the circumstances in which you drink it. It's probably a bit more flat when drunk alone, but it acquires some nice crispness when paired with the right foods. The flavors are predominantly floral with just a bit of fruit and a nice mineral edge. One important thing to remember is that the Cline Viognier is much better when served cold - when the temperature of the wine goes up a bit the alcohol becomes too prominent, ruining the flavor.
As with the aromas, the taste of the Cono Sur Riesling is characterized by zesty, crisp, citrus flavors - primarily grapefruit, but with some mineral notes at the end. It's not especially complex and might prove to be a little on the sweet side for some but it has a nice, medium body and a moderate, short flavor intensity that works well in a variety of circumstances. It's acid levels work very well - strong enough to make the wine crisp, but not overwhelmingly so. You could sip it alone or pair it with food.
This light-bodied wine is very dry and tart - there are flavors of sour apple, spices like ginger, and just a bit of citrus. Overall the flavor character of the Hugel et Fils Alsace 2005 Riesling is very complex, but also very temperature sensitive. It takes very little warming for this wine to become too warm, so you need to pay attention to this when serving.
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