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[mass noun] A white Rhine wine produced in the region around Nierstein, a town in Germany.
- ‘Mr. Clinch paid his respects first to the opened bottle, a good quality of Niersteiner.’
- ‘Follow it with a Greenbrier Salad and drink with it a good Niersteiner or a Tavel.’
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