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One can travel the world through different wines. Here’s a label that brings you the world of wine from 11 different countries.

Tussock Jumper-wine

Tussock Jumper wine

Tussock Jumper markets 11 different varietals sourced from their respective countries. Each features an animal from that country that is wearing a red jumper. A tussock is a grassy knob that grows all around the world.

This wine comes from the Rheinhessen region of Germany, the country’s largest wine region. It’s a classic riesling with crisp acidity and light sweetness that highlights the orchard fruit and citrus flavors.

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Sherry: “A bouquet of pear with tart citrus flavors of lime and lemon.” (3.25 stars out of 5)

Chris: “A light apple bouquet with flavors of lime and peach and a hint of pear.” (3.5 stars out of 5)

Available from $8.50 to $10.

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