If You Like Riesling or Gewürztraminer, You'll Like . . .
Most wines in this category are either slightly sweet, or emphasize fruit character and lushness over structure or crispness. That's not to say that they can't be zingy underneath the fruit or residual sugar, but their mission is more about fruit character and a certain 'gulpability'.
Moscato/Muscat - snappy fresh aromas of peach, apricot with tropical notes.
Traminer-Riesling - two great grapes blended together. Zing from Riesling, lychee and stone fruit from Traminer.
Müller-Thurgau - Riesling's down-to-earth cousin, low acid, perfumey fruit and easy drinking.
Liebfraumilch/Piesporter - two variations on Riesling that feature blossom notes, stone fruit and acidity offset by sweetness
Semillon - rounded, ripe melon fruit and a rich mouth feel leading to a soft, low-acid finish.
Chenin Blanc - While it's occasionally made into a big, dry white wine, most kit Chenins are lush with fruit, including quince, soft apple, and fresh pear, along with notes of honey.