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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 Clean Slate 2007 Riesling is a clean, refreshing Riesling that is very good during the warm summer months, provided you keep it well chilled. It will work well with most Chinese and Indian dishes, sushi, and probably anything that is mild-to-medium spicy. It might also be worth trying with various fish and pork dishes.
The Relax Cool Red is not as grapey as many light red wines can be, but it is nicely fruity. A medium-to-full bodied red wine, it's not too sweet not too dry which should mean that you could pair it with almost anything, but in practice it seems to mean that it only makes an average pairing at best with most foods. The most positive aspect may be the lively acidity. It's simple rather than complex and would probably be best drinking chilled on its own.
The Valckenberg Ortega Trockenbeerenauslese is a heavy dessert wine so we paired it with several popular dessert choices. Unfortunately we disagreed on just how well the Valckenberg Ortega paired with several of them.
The taste of this light-bodied German Riesling consists primarily of pears and apples. It's medium-sweet and has very smooth, low acidity. This isn't a 'fine wine,' but it's a decent wine for everyday drinking and relaxing with. Relax Riesling is also usually a pretty good value for the money. I would personally prefer it if the wine were a bit more acidic because that would make it more balanced when drinking it alone, but the low acidity probably makes it more appealing to more people.
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