Fragrant aromas of white peach, nectarine and Bosc pear backed by pastoral scents of hay or straw. Slightly sweet and refreshingly juicy, you may just be inclined to sip it faster than a Maybach on the autobahn.
Fruity and fresh aroma, stimulating and balanced in taste with an elegant, harmonious sweetness. This Riesling is delicious with all kinds of seafood, spicy cuisine, white meats, and salads. Enjoy chilled.
This Pinot Noir is harvested later in a colder climate than normal leading to a sweeter, more full bodied wine. The wine features ripe aromas of cherries and berries with a powerful yet harmonious body.
100% Rieslings. The A.J. Adam Riesling Trocken is derived from young vines aging from 5-25 years, resulting in a wine possessing striking exotic fruit, subtle spice, wild slate aromas and a finesse of acidity. It has been fermented... Read More
Clean Slate is a balanced Riesling, hallmarked by its lively acidity and minerality and complimented by flavors of ripe peach and citrus fruits. Originating from the Mosel Valley in Germany, the clean, fresh and modern style of... Read More
"It is pure and stony on the deep, dense and aromatic nose that reveals limestone and lemon juice aromas. This is a full-bodied, vital and finely racy dry Riesling with tight tannins and intense, pretty generous fruit and mouth-filling... Read More
Has an intense aroma of grapefruit and peach pit, with a juicy, fruity blast on the palate followed by an acid-driven dryness on the finish. Its medium weight and lovely texture make it a very satisfying wine for every day.... Read More
âMineralâ says it all with its name. This is a representation of all the different soil types that can be found in the Nahe region. This is exuding the slate and volcanic underneath the vines while still showing off fruit... Read More
Vinous Media 91 Points Pear wreathed in honeysuckle conveys a deceptive aura of sweetness on the nose. Inner-mouth florality extends to carnation, while a hint of purple plum enhances the lusciously pearsy fruit. The feel is polished... Read More
This is a powerful, broad and silly-complex Kabinett ourced from the best parcel the winery owns in the Ritsch â it is also the biggest single parcel at 1.1 hectares, thus it is called the âmonsterâ parcel. The wine flashes... Read More
This is an ultra-light white, a quivering, angelic, porcelain wine with glossy, razor-sharp edges and a laser-beam lemon-skin citrus. The structure, the saturating acidity, the tapering finesse and needle point fine-ness of the... Read More
This spunky sparkler is produced by Matthias Hild, an honest and down-to-earth winemaker located in the Upper Mosel. Here, soils are mainly comprised of limestone and chalk, unlike the rest of the Mosel, which is characterized... Read More
The joy of Elbling is the uncompromising vigor and energy, the raucous and super-chalky acidity. This mineral aspect comes from the limestone soils (not slate!) that you find in the upper Mosel Valley It is here where the Elbling... Read More
Vinous Media 92 Points Pungently aromatic and bright, zesty lemon and orange site signatures are capped with struck flint and suffused with incisive yet cooling green herbs as well as a wealth of mineral salts that serve for salivary... Read More
Robert Parker 93 Points This is bright, pure, ripe and intense on the elegant and aromatic nose that intertwines ripe fruit with dusty slate aromas. Crystalline, very fine and lush on the palate, this is a persistently salty HermannshÃ¶hle... Read More
It's a plummy, violet-and-lavender type Riesling, less tropical but sleek; a refined and almost polite Scheu, with finesse, yet still varietally expressive. Elegant and refined; wonderfully kinetic and tactile play on the... Read More
Smells of cherry cider laced with orange peel and mulling spices. The palate impression is as frisky, bright and dynamic as one would expect. Apple, cherry, lime, and orange all form a scintillatingly bright, sizzlingly spicy,... Read More
Vinous Media 94 Points White peach, apricot, iris and lemon blossom easily assert themselves on the nose against a youthfully yeasty fermentative overlay and a whiff of struck flint. But there is also an aromatic anticipation... Read More
We don't see much German Pinot Noir (or SpÃ¤tburgunder as it's called there) in the USA and what we do find is either very light or pretty pricy. So this lovely example from Baden is an extra treat because it's both... Read More