Rheingau, Germany

Peter Jakob Kühn

Sekt Brut Riesling 2018

Love this crisp bouquet, a cold night, still. The stars pristine sharp dots draping the sky. Mineral driven. Apples.

Bracing. Sharp. Energetic acidity with legs, carrying a savory quality through the mid.

Zip and chew. Something to sip and think.
— 6 days ago

Eric, Eric and 2 others liked this

Georg Breuer

Berg Schlossberg Riesling 2012

@delectable = 2012 — 15 days ago

Peter, Dick and 7 others liked this

Franz Künstler

Hochheimer Kirchenstuck Riesling Grosses Gewächs 2017

Most broad and round of tonight’s GGs. — 24 days ago

Eric, Tom and 2 others liked this

Franz Künstler

Hochheimer Kirchenstück 2018

Dan
8.9

Bright and crisp with slight petrol. Lime and white fruits. — 20 days ago

Martin liked this

Eva Fricke

Kiedrich Riesling 2019

Fantastic aromatics of Meyer Lemon, hint pineapple sage, mandarine zest and touch of Elderberry. Salty, plenty of minerals, touch tart. This is just so much fun to drink. — 10 days ago

Lyle, Iwan and 5 others liked this

Franz Künstler

Hochheimer Stielweg Old Vines Erste Lage Riesling 2020

Schloss Lieser Niederberg Helden Kabinett 2020 — 14 days ago

Severn and Daniel P. liked this

Domdechant Werner

Guts-Riesling Trocken 2020

Very light and crisp - so very easy to drink. Citrus and apricot and a bit of the woodiness associated with Riesling. No sweetness, which is how a dry Riesling should be. Great paired with a spicy Penang curry. — 12 days ago

Ericsson liked this

Weingut Robert Weil

Spätlese Riesling 2013

Lime and grapefruit on the palate, pineapple and passion fruit in the mouth. — 7 days ago

Domdechant Werner

Hochheimer Kabinett Riesling 2020

Star bright pale yellow. Inviting nose of yellow apple and honeysuckle. Juicy bright acidity leads the medium-bodied palate which confirms the nose adding dry-ish honey and cement block. Finish is moderate in length and maintains the juicy acidity. At least I think it’s moderate because it’s such a tasty treat with just enough sweet balanced by just enough tart that I can’t help but swig one sip after another pausing only for my crab cakes and mixed root vegetables (beets and carrots mostly). For me, the Rhein and Nahe are preferable to the Mosel as the former are more food friendly at all Prädikat levels. This is no exception. Pair with just about anything. And try not to swig. — a month ago

Jonathan, Tom and 6 others liked this