Riesling has its completely revival around the world in recent years. Since the beginning of 19 century, German Riesling has been the most expensive wine of the world. Germany is the definitely original place where Riesling begins to spread to every corner of the world. There are about 22,300 hectares of Riesling vineyards, which is 60 per cent of Riesling growing-area of the world. Pfalz and Mosel are the widest Riesling regions in the world.Comparing with other grapes, Riesling more depends on the soil. Heavy clay soil gives Riesling lemon-like aroma. The Riesling from patch sandstone soil contains the flavour of apricot. Slate gives Riesling the flavour of mineral with a lightly flint flavour. Riesling changes following the aging as well. The mature Riesling contains elegant smell of petrol, which fascinates wine enthusiasts.