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It’s a white wine that sends critics swooning — yet it’s relatively unknown to most American consumers. It’s Riesling, one of the most versatile, refreshing wines out there. In our regular discussion with wine experts Paul Lukacs and Michael Franz, we explore why Riesling has yet to take off in this country, and why the wine industry seems to have such a hard time predicting which bottles will fly off the shelves and which will gather dust.
- Michael Franz Editor, Wine Review Online
- Paul Lukacs Wine Editor, Saveur Magazine; Wine Columnist, The Washington Times; and Contributor, Wine Review Online
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