Fall for Fritz Willi Riesling

Bottle of Fritz Willis Riesling2012 Fritz Willi Riesling Qualitatswein 

Chardonnay, Cabernet, Merlot and even Pinot Noir are feel good wines. Easy to say. Easy to remember. Gewurztraminer not so much. Similarly, BV, Yellow-Tail and "Two-Buck Chuck" are short, simple, and memorable. So how does one enter the profitable US market if one's brand name is "Friedrich-Wilhelm-Gymnasium"?

Simple! Rebrand to a fictional wine ambassador named "Fritz Willi".

The label is clean, the wine inside is high quality, steep-slope German Riesling, and the price is right.

The 2012 Fritz Willi Riesling Qualitatswein Germany $16.99 is off-dry, perfect for spicy, exotic and warming fall dishes such as Indian and Thai curries, Asian noodles, or Satay, and is widely available across the US.

Visit Schmitt Sohne Wines to learn where you can get this wine, near you.


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  • commented 2014-10-18 18:48:26 -0700
    Surprisingly well-balanced and structured for the price. Pale. But delicious. Put a few bottles aside for 2016.