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[mass noun] A Riesling wine produced in the Ljutomer region of northern Slovenia.
- ‘Marple Wine Club was established in 1987 in the days when when the Co-op's wine range was little more than Concord and Liebfraumilch, and the star of the off-licences was Lutomer Riesling.’
- ‘When was the last time you saw a bottle of Lutomer Riesling on your supermarket shelf?’
- ‘It was Yugoslav Lutomer Riesling - which was quite trendy at the time (as well as being cheap), which I thought earned the hosts a brownie point or two.’
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