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The Observer

Published:  23 July, 2008

TIM ATKIN MW loves an al fresco drink. 'Just as wines taste different in pressurised cockpits duller, as a rule so they seem to assume different aromas and flavours in the open air. There's something about drinking in the sunshine that makes even the dullest bottle taste good.' And Riesling come top of that list, as Atkin recommends 2004 Eitelsbacher Karthuserhofberg Riesling Sptlese (14; Charles Taylor Wines); 2000 Josmeyer Riesling 'Les Pierrets' (18; Pol Roger UK); and 2003 Cono Sur Visin Riesling (7.99; Sainsbury's).