Rothenberg Große Gewächs Trocken Riesling 2019

Beautiful Grosses Gewächs Riesling. Nose is a perfect score. Nice dry Riesling that went perfectly with spicy Chinese Tofu. Pineapple and lemon palette. Just a beauty. — 6 months ago

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Niersteiner Oelberg Eiswein Riesling 2002

Ice wine. Game over baby. The wine shed is clean, only confetti remains on the field, and I the best commercial was Bill Murray in the Jeep Groundhog Day mashup. — 4 years ago

Mark Freund
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Hipping Große Gewächs Trocken Riesling 2014

Crisp, citrus light dry flavor. #germany wine. Would be nice with a salad or chicken $18.99. — 5 years ago

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Fritz's Riesling 2020

Delicious, enjoyed this wine, clean and tasty. — a year ago


Hasselbach Rheinhessen Dry Rosé Blend 2019

Here is your fortune. Listen to more sultry Bollywood music. Happiness is near. — 3 years ago


Gunderloch Nackenheim Riesling trocken

2015 vintage
Fantastic wine.. really love The style..
— 6 years ago


Red Stone Riesling 2019

I will buy more of this despite the terrible label. Too much of what I eat pairs well with simple yet focused Riesling. There’s even a touch of petillant. — 2 years ago

Sarah Bignami
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Rheinhessen Trocken Riesling 2019

Kanon till räkpasta med lite chili — 4 years ago

Franz Karl Schmitt

Niersteiner Pettenthal Auslese Riesling 2001

I heard something today on IDTT that exemplifies tasting this wine - never explicitly was the term "great" terrior used, but I think it's safe to say that the discussion was about great terrior. A "great" vineyard isn't necessarily better than others in terms of quality... Or even necessarily need to represent the covering GI... but it is "great" because of clarity. It produces a unique expression CONSTANTLY, irrespective of vintage or producer. In short, it speaks precisely of a place... Cliché but truly. And that's Pettenthal! Time and time again I've seen this. With KP, Kai, Gunderloch, Kuhling-Gillot. Pettenthal is great and this wine sealed it for me.

Brought this to blind KP. It was an obvious choice since KP's tiny super plot was once part of FK Schmitt's holdings. Despite the differences with KP's insane 17' auction wine (vintage, style, vineyard size, philosophy), this wine was clearly Pettenthal. That cool and smoky elements that I've learned to associate with the vineyard, fine minerally backbone. Damn! This has to be one of the most tightly focused aged Auslese's I've had in a while. What a pristine bottle - all thanks to Roland's exquisite sourcing skills. Stone fruits, petrol, honey, spice, umami elements. Finish was admittedly one-dimensional. Could be longer. Still, what a lovely
— 5 years ago

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Nice bottle.