(...) Of course, there’s always Germany. For a crowd-pleaser that’s easy on the pocketbook but delivers in value and complexity, look for the bright-orange labels of Balthasar Ress 2011 Rheingau Riesling ($16.49; B.C. Liquor Stores). A dizzying amount of stone fruits such as nectarine, peach, apricot, and yellow plum is elevated by floral notes and an evenhanded splash of sweetness right on the finish. Soft and elegant, this is a good one for any Asian cuisine that has a bit of spice to it; that sweeter side should balance things out with ease. (...)
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