Discover extraordinary wines from around the world made from the Riesling grape with this extensive archive of our wine articles and reviews.
Penner-Ash Cellars: Came for the Pinot Noir, Stayed for the Riesling
Last week, I did a second tour in two years through the Willamette Valley of Oregon. While...
Best Thanksgiving Wines to Buy: For Noshing, Dinner & Dessert
So now that we’ve gone over a few guidelines for buying Thanksgiving wine, I may as well offer some recommendations....
A Taste of Grand Cru Riesling from Alsace
When a wine is great, it can slip through your fingers, making description a real struggle. On...
American Wine Royalty: Schramsberg
When I started Opening a Bottle last year, I didn’t realize that I would get the chance to...
Mountain Time Zone Wines From Noble Grapes
Hooray for Colorado and New Mexico
Most Exciting White Wine of the Year: Kerner
They did it again, those winemaking monks of Abbazia di Novacella. After tasting their Schiava, Lagrein and Pinot...
6 Easy Wines for Summer
Stock Up For Summer With These Easy-Going Wines
Going Horizontal With Biohof Pratsch’s Grüner Veltliner
If you want to know a grape varietal or wine region better, there is no substitute for...
Completing the Trifecta: Walter J. Oster Cuvée 1891
There is no greater joy for a wine enthusiast than opening up a long-anticipated bottle that was...
Ice Wine: What to Drink While Trimming the Christmas Tree
For years, I always associated trimming the tree with one drink: egg nog and a touch of bourbon....
Six Thanksgiving Wine Pairings to Consider
When you volunteer to bring wine to Thanksgiving dinner, do you really know what you are getting yourself...
A Phenomenal Riesling from Austria: Biohof Pratsch
What comes to mind when you think of Austria? If you are a wine lover, you’d probably say...