We first planted White Riesling in 1948 and much of our Riesling still comes from the fruit of these original vines. We make this wine off-dry, with a residual sugar content of one percent or below. 

When young, the wine has appealing floral and fruity aromas and flavors. As it ages, it develops complexity and sophistication in the tradition of German Rieslings.

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Food Pairing Suggestions and Recipes

Stony Hill's White Riesling is off-dry, containing less than one percent residual sugar and nicely balanced with crisp acidity. We serve it as an aperitif or first course wine, very often with Dungeness crab hors d'oeuvres and vegetable soups with a bit of sweetness.

Fresh Pea and Mint Soup
June 8, 2016
This delicately flavored soup, served either warm or cold, is a delicious way to start a meal, especially when you pair it with Stony Hill White Riesling.
Grilled Peaches with Burrata Cheese & Prosciutto
June 8, 2016
After tasting the salty, sweet and rich cream flavors in this first course, you'll never go back to tossed green salad!
Shrimp and Sweet Pepper Appetizer
June 8, 2016
The sweet pepper and shrimp flavors combined with the spicy garlic and ginger make a perfect match with Stony Hill White Riesling. This recipe also makes a simple supper dish for four served over steaming rice.

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