Vintage 2003 / I am so grateful that I learned to know this wine when it was about nine years old. Suppose you drank all the bottles before that moment... that would be very, very, very pity. The wine has an honey impression in smell but it really embraces me because of the buttery and butterscotch taste. Today my wife came home after work, tired. I put this in the glass... and a smile on her face. That’s what wine is for. Beautiful and - rather basic- riesling from the Rheingau. — 19 days ago
Very well balanced quality wine. Good price point. A little on the dry side for a Riesling but very good all-around. — 8 days ago
2015 vintage. White nectarine, honeysuckle, ripe yellow pear, slightly green pineapple, mirabelle, green fig, wet stones. Quite nice now, seems like it would hold well. — 16 days ago
The best Riesling I’ve ever had in my life. We had it for Thanksgiving. It was great with turkey and gravy. — 8 days ago
Berg Roseneck 2011 Riesling BA (Rheingau).
Sweet with immense freshness and the low alcohol matched with high acidity. This makes it ethereal and lovely.
Honey syrupy and full-bodied, with lots of fresh citrus, orange and a very rieslingesque burnt rubber note. — 20 days ago
A velvet sledgehammer. All the power, intensity, precision and length you could want from a dry white wine. Burgundian weight and richness. Slate, rainwater, blood orange, fresh milk. Riveting. — 4 days ago
Really more of an off-dry Riesling. Ripe stone fruit balanced by lemon zest, white flowers, and jolting minerality. High acidity. A stand out. — 12 days ago
Less dry than expected. Worked well with the garlic shellfish — 6 days ago