Eleven Bargain German Rieslings

Their names may be hard for some Americans to pronounce, but these wines are easy on the wallet and a treat to drink

The wine world seems to be finally catching on to the terrific bargains that can be found in German rieslings. My colleague, David Schildknecht, has put together a nice selection of bargain picks. We've tried to indicate whether the wines are "semi-dry," which means they exhibit some residual sugar but have so much fresh acidity that they will largely taste dry to most consumers, and those that are, in fact, dry.

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