Joh. Bapt. Schäfer

Joh. Bapt. Schäfer

Dorsheimer Pittermannchen Kabinett Riesling 2019

🏅 Rating 89/100 (3,9⭐)

Off-dry Kabinett. Very floral, delicate. White flowers, honey. Stone fruit. On the palate has some citrus with light bitter finish. Petrol notes are very gentle and almost not traceable, just a hint. Gastronomic wine with only 8.0% Alc. and pleasant fruity sweetness, good for an easy apero or as an accompaniment for pan-asian / oriental food. Residual sugar is nicely balanced with signature Riesling acidity.

PITTERMÄNNCHEN is VDP.GROSSE LAGE classified South facing vineyard in Dorsheim, Nahe with clay slate soils. Spontaneous fermentation and maturation in big 1,200l barrels.

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— 3 months ago

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Dorsheimer trocken Riesling 2014

Marc Glassberg

Kabinett. Auction. — 4 years ago

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Dorsheimer Pittermannchen Riesling Trocken 2011

Definitly better on day 2! This is GG quality and was a steal at around 12€! 94/100 — 4 years ago

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Vom Kieselstein Riesling 2014

Great nose, minerality solid — a year ago

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Goldloch Riesling 2015

Dried apple and dried peach on the nose, gorgeous mineral quality like a creek running through stones. Dried apple and peach in the mouth. Yum. — 4 years ago

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trocken Riesling 2013

As complex as Trocken gets. Racy, understated, with layers of palate-tickling goodness. — 5 years ago

Ashley Grech
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Schlossgut Diel

Burg Layer Schlossberg Riesling Kabinett 2018

Brief notes from the VDP auctions, so take this with a grain of salt. Classic kabi and one of my favourites this auction. Juicy yellow stone fruits, herbs, racy acidity, impressive length. Very elegant.

NB: Kabi's from this set of auctions have been somewhat disappointing (looking at you Egon), but surprisingly, the Bad Krueznach auction delivered on some really classic and delicious kabi's, most of which went for reasonable prices. This kabi, the Goldloch from Joh. Bapt. Schafer (best value buy imo), the Kirchspiel from Groebe, Kai Schatzel's Pettenthal, and of course, the Keller Schubertslay. From the Mosel, I only really enjoyed the kabi's from Fritz Haag, Clemens Busch, and Grunhaus, but I felt they were playing on a lower level. Would be good to taste all these together again to compare.
— 2 years ago

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Severn Goodwin

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Lucky man.
George Doolan

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Interesting note much appreciated
Aaron Tan

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@George Doolan The Schafer kabi's awesome, but like last year... Weak prices. He needs to up his PR game 🤣

Joh. Bapt. Schäfer

Dorsheimer Goldloch Riesling 2007

Still young... — 4 years ago

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Dorsheimer Riesling

Loved it! Balanced and pretty — 5 years ago