Had in Switzerland. Smells classic pinot noir. Tastes a bit blend but got better later. Had with tasting menu — 2 years ago
Two words: Elegance and finesse.
Like a tennis player performing the perfect slice instead of going for the smash. Like a heavyweight fighter dancing around, jabbing a thousand times, even though he could go for the KO any time.
For us good wine making comes down to two simple words: elegance and finesse.In this case it means not pumping the wine till it almost bursts just because you can, but to balance it perfectly. The acidity is there. The power is there. The spice is there. The fruit is there.
So, thank you Jürgen Krebs! This wine didn't only go perfect with tonights bbq, this cool grown grape juice also matched the summer evening like a match made in heaven. — 4 years ago
Slightly bitter Bret intermingled with slightly tropical hop flavors. Not too big or overpowering, either. A nice balance is achieved in this medium-bodied brew. Well done. — 5 years ago
Golden in color. Little aroma if not none. Dried fruits, butterscotch and candy jam. — 3 years ago
Simply delicious. — 4 years ago
A fantastic aged Riesling that barely shows its 23 years of age. The nose was fresh and crisp with just a kiss of marmalade from the botrytis, however there was no notion of petrol which is all but unheard of for an old Mosel Riesling. The palate was gently sweet, almost like a young Kabinett but the complexity and richness of the wine was all old Auslese. — 3 years ago
This just blows my mind! It looks like a porter but it tastes like a funky saison with some hops on the end. — 5 years ago