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Celebrate 31 Days of Riesling 2021

& Receive a FREE GIFT

Riesling is perhaps the wine trade’s favourite grape variety, and comes under the spotlight this month with the increasingly popular nationwide campaign – 31 days of Riesling – running from 1 to 31 July.

Here at Guest Wines, we love this grape variety, which produces such a wide range of styles from Sparkling Sekt to searingly dry to off dry and sweet. It’s also a wonderful grape in that it just gets better with age. Discovering an older vintage of Riesling is an exciting find, the development of these wines can be something really special to taste.

Fresh, zippy and perfect for summer, very food friendly, especially with flavoursome, spicy dishes. There really is something for everyone. This grape is also proving to be an excellent choice for making no and low alcohol wines, already perfect as a lower alcohol wine as an off dry style between 8-10% abv.

Although a Wines of Germany campaign, we’re extending our offer to all Rieslings in our range as we’d love you to try the variety this grape has to offer.

So we’re offering 15% off all Riesling wines bought online throughout the whole month.

You will also receive a FREE GIFT with your purchase (while stocks last)!

Terms and conditions apply.

WALT LØ Riesling, 0.5%, Pflaz Best low alcohol wine we’ve tried!
Dr. Loosen Riesling Sekt Extra Dry NV Stunning Sparkling Wine, Champagne alternative, for summer supping from one of the most likeable characters in the wine world.
Reh Kendermann Terroir Riesling Schiefer Steillage, Mosel 2018 A great introduction to Riesling if you’ve never tried it.
Reh Kendermann Terroir Riesling Kalkstein, Pfalz 2018 A great introduction to Riesling if you’ve never tried it.
Louis Guntrum Riesling, Rheinhessen 2018 A true classic from a very established producer.
Gentil (Riesling/Muscat/Pinot Blanc), Meyer-Fonne, 2017, Alsace This is a distinguished Edelzwicker blend, containing at least 50% of the ‘noble’ varieties of Riesling and Muscat from the Master of blending!
Willowglen Gewurztraminer/Riesling 2019, South Australia An unusual mix, but it works perfectly. If you enjoy Asian or spicy foods, this is one for you! We will also be introducing a non-alcoholic version of this.
Cuvee Noble No. 2 (Riesling/Pinot Gris) Famille Cattin 2019, Alsace A unique blend which once you try it, will have you back for more!
Riesling Kabinett, Kaseler Nies’chen, Weingut Reichsgraf von Kesselstatt, Mosel-Saar-Ruwer Germany 2006, Germany Such a shame we only have 8 bottles of this left because it is AMAZING! Developing wonderfully, a real treat to try an older vintage.
Louis Guntrum Riesling, Rheinhessen 2014, Germany A chance to see what happens to Riesling as it develops from the Guntrum family.
Hunter’s Riesling, Marlborough 2014, New Zealand Hunter’s is known for it’s Sauvignon Blanc, and they know how to handle acidity. Their Riesling stands up to German classics no problem.
Riesling No.4,  Rieslingfreak,  Eden Valley 2019, Australia A one off batch of this stunning Eden Valley Riesling, truly zippy and fresh.


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