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Kung Fu Girl 2008 Riesling Washington State

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At $12, the Kung Fu Girl 2008 Riesling Washington State (12.5%) offers a terrific quality-to-price ratio. In the glass, this Washington riesling was a clear, light straw color, delivering notes of pineapple, citrus, honeysuckle and then a bit of Bazooka bubble gum (no kidding).

In the mouth, the Kung Fu Girl riesling has a fullness to it, but not viscous or cloying. The floral, honey characteristics are first evident, followed by well-balanced, crisp acidity, and then a lasting finish that seemed to bring all of these disparate pieces back together.

We enjoyed this wine on its own before dinner and then with our meal. A very food-friendly riesling at a great price. I would definitely purchase another bottle or two, three, again.

Related Links
WA Wine Report's Review
Eric Asimov of The NYTimes Review
Viva La Wino's Review


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