While many mistakingly peg Riesling as the poster child for a "sweet-styled" wine, it is often made in bone dry variations, lean or lusher bodied, and may weigh in at 8% to 14% alcohol by volume. There is plenty of diversity and versatility in this single grape varietal, even before you factor in key differences in regional techniques, label designations and producer preferences. So, the Riesling Taste Profile label addition that has already been added to over a million cases of Riesling worldwide, according to Drink Riesling, seems like a good move on the part of Riesling advocates, an easy, consumer-friendly addition that Riesling producers should seriously take into consideration. What's your take? Would a tasting spectrum ranging from dry to sweet with the wine's style clearly marked influence your purchasing power? Have your say on the Riesling Taste Profile here.