Wine Review: Anne de K Riesling 2016

Anne de K Riesling 2016

This is a wine review of an Anne De K Riesling produced by Anne de K. The vintage chosen for this review is the 2016. This riesling varietal is from Alsace, France with an alcohol content of 12% and price at $12.99 at Total Wine.


This wine is clear and pale lemon in color.


The wine is clean with medium intensity aromas. Aromas of honeysuckle and blossom hit the nose immediately followed by apple and wet stone minerality. I found this wine to be youthful.


This is a dry wine with high acidity and medium body. The flavor intensity is pronounced with notes of blossom, apple, lemon, lime and wet stone. I thought there were some slight tertiary notes of almond in there as well.  This wine has a long finish.

Overall Experience

Anne de K Riesling 2016 has a good balance and complexity level that spanned to about 4-5 flavor clusters. The palate had a higher intensity level than the nose and finish was nice and long. I would call this an outstanding wine that is ready to drink now, but suitable for aging due to high acidity and that almond note I caught on the finish.


Food – Shellfish and Seafood

Cigar – CAO Esteli TAA Exclusive 2018 or Montecristo White Series

Winemakers Notes

Total Wine – Alsace- France- Fruity, round and full of freshness, this Riesling offers an aromatic and harmonious palette. Its well-balanced structure makes it a grape variety that is easy to drink. It is a perfect complement to shellfish and fish dishes.