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Default Dry Riesling wine

I prefer dry red wines, but got it into my head that I should try a dry Riesling (it was probably mentioned here on NCT).

So, I found one (I recognized it because it said "Dry Riesling" on the label ), chilled it and uncorked it last night to try with my lemony chicken breast dinner.

Delightful! Crisp and refreshing and almost as satisfying as a red!

It will be terrific this summer in the Back 40!

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I love the Chateau St. Michelle wines. They have a very nice Pinot Gris and a Gewurztraminer that is very fruity and sweetish.
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I prefer dry red wines, but got it into my head that I should try a dry Riesling (it was probably mentioned here on NCT).

So, I found one (I recognized it because it said "Dry Riesling" on the label ), chilled it and uncorked it last night to try with my lemony chicken breast dinner.

Delightful! Crisp and refreshing and almost as satisfying as a red!

It will be terrific this summer in the Back 40!

Lee
You chose wisely. If you ever get out here, a trip to their winery is a must. The whole Woodinville valley is fun of wineries now - distilleries and breweries.
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