Riesling is arguably one of the most suitable wines for Chinese food, and for people living in Hong Kong, it's still one of the most underrated varietals overlooked by locals. Riesling has high acidity, and depending on where it's grown and made, it can range from dry with higher alcohol, such as those in the new world, to off dry and downright sweet with lower alcohol.

Unlike the prevailing views of those who don't really know sweeter wines, sweet Rieslings can be some of the most complex wines you can have, especially those grapes that have undergone some noble rot in the wine making process.

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