Date drank: November 2020
Producer: Pleb Urban Winery
Grape(s): Traminette (79%), Catawba (21%)
Region: North Carolina
Purchased from: Appalachian Vitners
Natty: yes, no sulfites added, hybrid grapes, skin contact white wine
Notes: pretty good, starting to see the similarity of a Catawba taste. Much like Morphos but with fuller body and less nuance. Would get again. — 10 days ago
Pale lemon in color with a golden tint.
Fruity nose of citrus, lemons, red apples, limes, minerals, sea salt and white pepper.
Full bodied with high acidity.
Medium sweet on the palate with citrus, apples, melons, light herbs, minerals and spices.
Long finish with tangy lemon rind.
This is a very tasty Riesling from Mosel. Showing mild complexity with a great mouthfeel.
Tasty and enjoyable. Rich with bright acidity. Tangy with nice sweetness.
Easy drinking and good by itself or with food. Would pair very nicely with spicy Asian food. I had it all by itself by the pool.
100% Riesling grapes were fermented on their own yeast.
10% alcohol by volume.
$13. — 4 months ago
Perfect accompaniment to our chateaubriand! :) — 18 days ago
St. Urban Hof Nik Weis Wiltinger Riesling Kabinett 2018, Mosel, Germany
Light golden in color.
Sweet nose of pears, yellow apples, melons, light petrol, pineapples, tropical fruits, light banana, kiwifruit, minerals and white pepper.
Full bodied and oily with high acidity.
Sweet on the palate with lemons, citrus, apples, asian pears, minerals, light apricot, spices, honeydew and sea salt.
Long finish with tangy limes.
This is a delicious sweet Riesling from Mosel, Germany.
Nicely balanced with enough sugar for the high acidity. Showing nice complexity with a nice mouthfeel.
Very tasty and easy to drink. Will age nicely in the next 5 to 15 years.
A great wine to sip on by itself as a dessert, or to pair with spicy Asian food.
9% alcohol by volume.
92 points. — 3 months ago
Delicious — 4 months ago
Excellent drinking wine. Supurb deep flavor. Must buy this again!
Urban press $30 — 24 days ago
Bought at Urban Grape in 2013 for $36. Half bottle drinking great still. Smokey, complex, dark fruit, long finish — 23 days ago
Yakima Valley, 50/50 Grenache Mourvèdre. 240 cases made by small urban winery in Seattle. Light salmon pink with golden tinge, rather pretty. Excellent clarity. Slight sulfite, floral notes in nose, maybe citrus peel and cherry. Cherry and stone fruit (peach-nectarine) flavors, slight white pepper on finish. Dry, good acid as well as length of fruit flavors. Well made, minimal tannins here, at least on initial pour. A winner — 4 months ago
Very fresh and crisp. Expressive. On the Urban Wine Trail in Santa Barbara. — 5 months ago