Pieroth

Pieroth Germany GmbH

Angel's Drop Chenin Blanc 2017

Absolutely delicious! Like sucking on a lemon drop 🍋 paired nicely with grilled pork and a Syrian potato dish. — 2 years ago

Eric Mckenzie
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🥂 Nice review!
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@Sharon B Sharon looks great Cheers 🍷

Ferdinand Pieroth

Brauneberger Kurfürstlay Riesling Kabinett 2015

Tasty kabinett. — 4 years ago

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Ferdinand Pieroth

Somlo Muscat Ottonel 1983

Wonderful old Muskat-Ottonel from Somló (Pieroth bottling). Golden with streaks of Amber; strong scents of candied pineapple, orange zest, mango (skin, flesh, and stone), with hints of pear brandy, marzipan, and honey blossom; well balanced sweetness and acidity but lacking a bit of a backbone (like a sweetish auslese). Still, it's keeping remarkably well. Will probably run for a few decades more before it starts diving! — 6 years ago

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Ferdinand Pieroth

Piesporter Michelsberg Spätlese Riesling 2016

Peachy light and almost sparkling — 3 years ago

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Pieroth Gold Berg Layen Demi Sec Champagne Blend

A really lovely Sparkling Wine that's definitely on the sweeter side but with notes of peach and stone fruit, honeysuckle and blossom and lots of bubbles to balance the sweetness. I really enjoyed this with some Spicy Thai food and it's a perfect Summer sipper! — 3 years ago

Ferdinand Pieroth

Siebeldinger Königsgarten Trockenbeerenauslese White Blend 1976

Andrew Wyse
8.9

Sticky and oxidative — 6 years ago

Pieroth

Bor Forrás Kunság Blaufränkisch 2017

世界一飲みやすい赤ワイン。甘くてうまい。白ワインより飲みやすい。 — 3 years ago

Ferdinand Pieroth

Bor Forrás Hajós-Baja Blaufränkisch 2016

Sweet red, very drinkable 👍🏻 — 3 years ago

Pieroth

Blanc de Blancs Pinot Gris Blend 2014

苦味 酸味 甘味 ミントの余韻 — 4 years ago

Ferdinand Pieroth

Podersdorfer Beerenauslese White Blend 1976

From back in the days when Pieroth used to buy up and bottle some amazing lots of wine from all over Germany and Eastern Europe (now they sing to a very different tune). This is simply one of the greatest sweet wines I've ever had. A blend of Traminer, Bouvier, and Neuburger grown under the influence of (the botrytis-paradise of) the Neusiedler See, in Burgendland, near the Hungarian border.

Despite an almost entirely disintegrated capsule this was in great shape. The wine is an amazingly virile gold, with streaks of shimmering emerald running through it by candlelight. It has gloriously tactile legs (think Sharon Stone in Basic Instinct) and an amazing purity of fruit. Lychee, with layers of Cape gooseberries, dragonfruit, mandarins, and hits of kumquats and, weirdly, fresh caper-berries. All of this bound together by an almost ebullient sweetness and box-knife acidity. This was bottle 3/5 from my cellar, all drunk over the last 3 months. I just can't help myself - I'll have to bury last two in the garden so they're not within arms' length I my drinking hand.
— 6 years ago

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Ira Schwartz

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Thank you for the history lesson.
Matt Trader

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I'd have to have someone else hide then for me bc I wouldn't trust myself haha.
"Odedi"

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Nice review