Looks: very light transclucent red. Looks like a very thin body. Thick legs moving down the glass very slowly despite the wine looking thin
Smell: very fresh on the nose with soy of freshly picked red fruits notes. Fresh strawberries (abit unripe), preserved cherries and almonds in the background. No oak.
Taste: medium to low acidicity with little to almost no tannins. Almost no fruit on the palate and very weak, almost thin finish with a little preserved cherries coming out at the end.
Affordable PN and Should go well with food — 2 months ago
The weaker bottle from our impromptu 16' riesling study. I really wanted to like this more. I really did. It was my first time drinking a wine from Aldinger and they're considered the best of Württemberg. I just felt it stretched a little too much power, looking broad and round compared to the Breuer. Nevertheless, there's still much to like about it - nose is gorgeous. Stonefruits, heaps of candied ginger, and some spice. The palate is dense and there's a nice stoney minerality. Quite a bit of phenolic grip. The finish felt cut short by a a sort of oiliness. Not the best example of Aldinger perhaps and will definitely try other bottles when given the chance. — a year ago
16.5/20 (90/100) Аромат красных яблок, вишни, поджаренного хлеба и шоколада. Высокая кислотность и шелковистые танины. Вишнево-шоколадное во вкусе. Весьма достойно. #lwf2017 (23.05.2017) — 2 years ago
Aldinger - Wöhrwag collaboration, picked it for our German wedding reception. Exemplary winzersekt (we had the blanc de noir as well as the rosé, this label is the latter). — 4 months ago
$23 from Paul Marcus. Delicious. — 10 months ago
Fruity and sweet when paired with a spicy tomato sauce — 2 years ago
blue, fruity, dry, yummy — 5 years ago
Aldinger - Wöhrwag collaboration, picked it for our German wedding reception. Exemplary winzersekt (we had the blanc de noir as well as the rosé, this label is the white). — 4 months ago
Schiava love bunny — 7 months ago
An impromptu meet-up in Stuttgart yielded a little 16' riesling study - Breuer vs. Aldinger. Rheingau vs. Württemberg. Both warmer regions in Germany and from a more generous vintage. Having said that, the Breuer stood out for rising above the appellation and vintage!
The Nonnenberg's so elegant and juicy. Had more drive and finish than the Aldinger Marienglas. On the nose, grapefuit, pear, hints of passionfruit, white florals, herbs. The palate is crazy juicy with a beautiful mix of citrus and wet stones. Finishes with a zing and a touch of creaminess. It's extraordinarily elegant for the region (as Breuer usually is!) and vintage. Can't wait to revisit this wine after some ample cellaring time. — a year ago