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Saint M Riesling 2003

Riesling from Germany
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    The 2003 Saint M Riesling is a fresh, fruit-driven wine with wonderfully ripe flavors of peach and apricot. The delightful flavors of Saint M pair with nearly any fare.

    Saint M Riesling is crafted in a medium-dry style with lower alcohol and crisp acidity. Saint M finishes with a nice touch of minerality that is typical of the Pfalz region. Dr. Loosen very successfully crafted Saint M in a traditional style. Saint M is a fantastic value as a classic food-friendly Riesling from the Pfalz Region.

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    Saint M

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    Saint M, , Germany
    Saint M
    Saint M is produced and bottled by famed German winemaker Dr. Ernst Loosen for Chateau Ste. Michelle winery. As the leading producer of American Riesling and the award winning Eroica Riesling, Chateau Ste. Michelle is proud to introduce Saint M Riesling.

    With his modern world view and his traditional approach to winemaking, Loosen's Saint M unmistakably says Riesling, Germany and Dr. Loosen. The Dr. Loosen estate brings over 200 years of winemaking tradition to Saint M.... View More

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