Riesling To Greater Heights

Kosher Rieslings are underrated, but they just keep getting better.

Special To The Jewish Week

From the mid-1980s to the early-2000s, White Riesling (often known back then as Johannisberg Riesling) was one of the most popular kosher white wine varieties. And for good reason — the grape produces crisp, fruity, refreshing wines that make for particularly good spring and summertime sipping.

Carmel's White Riesling, from the Upper Galilee, has a satiny-smooth consistency. Fotolia
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