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The dry sparkling hocks we tasted here had the real riesling flavour and the fine natural perfume common to this grape.
The Riesling, a Rhineland grape, resembles a brandied hock; it makes one of the best wines, and is often very palatable.
TOWN LIFE IN AUSTRALIAR. E. N. (RICHARD) TWOPENY
It is very similar to Missouri Riesling but is, on the Station grounds, and in general, a much stronger grower.
He thought moodily of Paul Riesling, of their youth together, of the girls they had known.
BABBITTSINCLAIR LEWIS
When he called up Paul Riesling he was, in his moral splendor, unusually eager.
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He was fonder of Paul Riesling than of any one on earth except himself and his daughter Tinka.
BABBITTSINCLAIR LEWIS
In the presence of the slight dark reticence of Paul Riesling, he was awkward, he desired to be quiet and firm and deft.
BABBITTSINCLAIR LEWIS
It was so absorbing an occasion that he almost forgot his desire to run off to Maine with Paul Riesling.
BABBITTSINCLAIR LEWIS
Though he was, almost frankly, out for social conquest, he sought Paul Riesling first.
BABBITTSINCLAIR LEWIS
Save with Paul Riesling, mechanical friendships—back-slapping and jocular, never daring to essay the test of quietness.
BABBITTSINCLAIR LEWIS

WORDS RELATED TO RIESLING

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