Hirsch 1999 Zöbinger Kamptal (Austria) Riesling Trocken ($14.99)
Clear straw color. Soft, delicate herbal scent, hay and wildflowers, lovely. Fresh and tart flavor, crisp green apples and zippy acidity; floral, pleasantly earthy and complex. US Importer: Michael Skurnik Wines, Syosset, N.Y.; a Terry Thiese Estate Selection. (Jan 4, 2002)

FOOD MATCH: Cantonese shrimp with lobster sauce.

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