Good but not great — 3 months ago
Cantaloupe and ripe yellow apple. — 4 months ago
Domaine Jean-Marc Bernhard Alsace Grand Cru Riesling ‘Wineck-Schlossberg’ 2019: Light-bodied. Vibrant acidity. Refreshing taste. Classic Riesling nose with palate flavors of apple, apricot, lemon & minerals. Lovely off-dry finish. All in all, a clean & bright Alsace Riesling; very pleasant, very versatile, good value. Happy Saturday to all! Cheers🍷 — 8 months ago
Mid lemon in colour. Aromas of white flowers and honeysuckle. Quite a creamy palate - fulsome - almost tricks you into thinking Residual Sugar and low ABV but No - this was 13.5 % alcohol. A ripe mandarin note on the palate. In summary quite delicious. From half bottle (375ml). — 2 months ago
Intense. More stones than fruit, the Schlossberg’s pure-granite calling card. Some petrol. Open-knit enough to keep you coming back. — 3 months ago
Spätlese *. Just perfect. Sweet with pineapple and peach flavors, followed by crisp acidity. Perfectly balanced—not over-sweet at all. Still fresh and golden in color. — 7 months ago
N: Grapefruit pith, citrus juice, white flowers, bleached rocks.
P: A salty grapefruit thrill ride on the rocks, mineral, soft, with a bit of spritz. Spritz dissipates with time.
Same family at this site since 16thC.
— 2 months ago
Pale lemon, the Schlossberg is a touch more floral than the Krone, also showing aromas of lemon, lime, apple, ripe peach and flintstone. Old vines from low fertility slate soils on quarz provide plentiful concentration. This is a soft textured, medium-sweet Riesling with medium body and sharp acidity. Drink now until 2045. — 6 months ago
A wine of gras, texture, perfume and complex interplay of fruit and spice. Grilled peach, poached pear, white cherry, rose petals, caraway, cloves, spice, stone. Considerable RS, has to be 40 g/l +, but its phenolic grip and weight balance it. Been enjoying it over 7 days, great with red curry, harrissa chicken and cous cous, and triple cream — 18 days ago