It’s no wonder Luxembourg, a country with the world's highest average GDP per capita, knows how to pack a punch with their wine. Luxembourg doesn't produce a tremendous amount of wine, and much of it doesn't travel far from home. Which is why we were stoked to find this example of mineral, dry Riesling grown in the cool climate of Luxembourg. This tiny plot of vines sits just outside Luxembourg City on the Kox estate. The family has been producing Mosel inspired wines since 1977 and the freshness and minerality of this grape is jaw dropping for the price tag. Not to mention, it’s “0/0”, meaning no added sulfur, and in a “party size” 1L bottle. Get ready to be the MVP of your next backyard BBQ.