Pfalz, Germany

Von Winning

In Deidesheimer Pinot Noir Rosé 2019

Lauren Vance
9.0

Fresh, expressive and complete rosé. Fresh strawberry basket, muddled raspberry, stone fruit finish. White roses, basil, touch of white pepper. Hearty enough for BBQ. — 4 days ago

Dawn, Laura and 2 others liked this

Müller-Catoir

Haardter Mandelring Spätlese Scheurebe 2003

Dinner with a fellow Chevalier after waiting out the full regime of vaccinations...notes possibly, scores honestly. — 3 hours ago

Andrew and Bob liked this

Borell Diehl

Müller-Thurgau 2020

Citrus-y goodness: Gracie’s recommendation from Germany trip — 4 days ago

Weingut Friedrich Becker

Petit Rosé 2019

Best kind of rose - dark pink, crisp, a little tiny sweetness — 8 days ago

Koehler-Ruprecht

Kallstadter Saumagen Auslese Trocken Riesling 2018

Difficult to judge. This wine is super tight and in my opinion should not be drunk now. Medium body notes of licorice with a bitter finish. Impossible to judge could be 5 points higher as well as 5 lower. Needs a lot more time. — 9 days ago

Peter, Rob and 2 others liked this

Koehler-Ruprecht

Kallstadter Saumagen Kabinett trocken Riesling 2016

Work of art from Germany! — 10 days ago

Ira, Iwan and 9 others liked this

Von Winning

Forster Ungeheuer GG Riesling 2015

Hints of petrol, loads of ripe fruit like mango and mandarin.
Don’t drink it too cold is my advise. Fantastic wine!
— 21 days ago

Edo, Dick and 10 others liked this

Müller-Catoir

Riesling 2017

A fave Pfalz producer. No notes. 3rd bottle of late. So bloody good-at 17/18$ a crazy Eddie deal — a month ago

Severn, Timmer and 7 others liked this

Dr. Bürklin-Wolf

Pechstein G.C. Riesling 1997

Yea! We have a winner! I am a fan of BW. A HUGE fan! Drinking these “old” ladies is very refreshing. They are not old, they are full of life and leave you speechless. 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003 and 2004 are from another planet — 20 days ago

Josh, Thijs and 27 others liked this

Weingut Seit

Rings Kalk & Stein Pfalz Chardonnay Weissburgunder 2019


A 70/30 blend of Chardonnay from limestone & Pinot Blanc from sandy soils, spontaneously fermented in large (used) wood & aged on the lees for 16 months. Unfiltered & unfined.
This is slightly cloudy & clearly flirts with the natural / orange wine style.
Nicely aromatic with toasted sesame seeds & fresh herbs with faint fruity (tangerine peel, green apples) notes in the background.
On the palate this has great presence with a nice, slightly toasty character, brilliant freshness & vibrant appley, lemony acidity and healthy dose of fresh herbs. There’s a touch of tannins, too.
This is quite complex, delicious & highly drinkable (with only 12% alc).
Love it!
— 21 days ago

Iwan and Pinotman liked this