Sharp on outer sides of the tongue, grapefruit, white pepper, clementine and white peach, chamomile, green apple….
Beautiful and lasting flavors on the palette. Great price for a unique wine. — 4 months ago
Served this with the Vinloq System and followed it over 13 Days
👃This was bold and definitive on the first pour before it had even warmed. Excellent slatey minerality with lime, peach and white pepper
👅A totally stuffed midpalate of juicy fruit, nicely complemented with both herbals and white florals. There is significant sweetness (and baby fat) but it retains crispness and great minerality
The remaining wine was Slow Decanted and preserved with Vinlog nitrogen in my refrigerator
Spot on vs Day 1 with maybe some additional energy and fireworks.
What a stellar wine! The flavor profile here is delicious. The main elements are peach, apricot, citrus, minerality, herbals and honey. They last all the way through the lengthy finish.
It's a flavor explosion but the wine retains impressive precision and clarity
This 2020 should make from a long lived wine and will likely be fantastic at every stage
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this is the wine that made me love wines. — 7 months ago
Entry-level wine from this renowned Rheingau estate. Riesling from their 20 hectares of vineyards overlooking the Rhine, first planted in 817 supposedly on the orders of Charlemagne, and replanted with Riesling since 1720. Aged for four months on the lees. Intense nose, with tropical fruit (ripe pineapple, passion fruit ) and stone fruit aromas. Round, quite ripe, subtle tropical flavors. Good length. — a month ago
For me it simply doesn’t get much better for sub $20 on the shelf.
Pure and clean without sacrificing weight. Under ripe tropics like mango and papaya, pineapple, lime, slight petrol, and slatey minerality. Fermented in stainless steel and aged on the lees for approximately four months. 2019 was an exceptional vintage for Germany all the way down to the entry level wines and they’re so incredibly satisfying without breaking the bank. — 6 months ago