Dr. F. Weins-Prüm

Estate Riesling

8.841 ratings
9.013 pro ratings
Mosel, Germany
Riesling
Pork, Squash & Root Vegetables, Chili & Hot Spicy, White Fish, Fruit Desserts, Meaty & Oily Fish, Duck, Goat & Feta Cheese, Blue Cheese
Top Notes For
Veronica Castro

Slight petrol nose, with good acid and nectarine and pineapple on the palate. Off-dry. This has stood up beautifully for over a week. A noble and lovely QbA.

Slight petrol nose, with good acid and nectarine and pineapple on the palate. Off-dry. This has stood up beautifully for over a week. A noble and lovely QbA.

Jul 11th, 2016
Andy Christiansen

Seemed more expressive than same wine, different bottle consumed about 6 weeks ago with flashes of honeyed character.

Seemed more expressive than same wine, different bottle consumed about 6 weeks ago with flashes of honeyed character.

Jun 29th, 2016
Andy Christiansen

Fine and good with clear delineation but most of joy from fruit character has seemingly faded. Medium+ richness and nearly bone dry.

Fine and good with clear delineation but most of joy from fruit character has seemingly faded. Medium+ richness and nearly bone dry.

May 14th, 2016
Meg Maker

Wine Writer, Maker's Table

9.4

Bright yellow color. Huge oily citrus perfume, with big diesel and pineapple. Zesty tropical fruits (guava! mango!) dominate the palate. Medium sweet. It has an almost-unctuous texture, but the sparkly acidity counteracts that weight. Complex secondary qualities add filigree. Delicious. 11.5% abv - This is the 2006 vintage.

Bright yellow color. Huge oily citrus perfume, with big diesel and pineapple. Zesty tropical fruits (guava! mango!) dominate the palate. Medium sweet. It has an almost-unctuous texture, but the sparkly acidity counteracts that weight. Complex secondary qualities add filigree. Delicious. 11.5% abv - This is the 2006 vintage.

Jan 17th, 2015
Meg Maker

Wine Writer, Maker's Table

8.7

Smells like oiled stone; it's unctuous, almost, redolent of pineapple and tropical citrus, with a plush texture elaborated by a fritzy finish. Medium sweet. 11.5% abv

Smells like oiled stone; it's unctuous, almost, redolent of pineapple and tropical citrus, with a plush texture elaborated by a fritzy finish. Medium sweet. 11.5% abv

Aug 6th, 2014
Meg Maker

Wine Writer, Maker's Table

9.1

Tropical fruit, lime peel, diesel, guava, mango; salty finish. So lovely.

Tropical fruit, lime peel, diesel, guava, mango; salty finish. So lovely.

Apr 24th, 2014
Caitlin Johnson

Good. A little less sweet than other rieslings

Good. A little less sweet than other rieslings

Sep 15th, 2017
V
9.1

👏🏽

👏🏽

Jul 28th, 2017
Andrew Willingham

Pretty light gold color, some sweetness on the nose with fresh flowers and that cellar/desert wine sweet honey smell. Medium viscosity. Palette saw more residual sugar, balanced by less acid that you would expect (medium). Wine is rounded out with a long finish, medium complexity. Enjoyed this, very nice subtle sweetness, but was longing for more acid on this one.

Pretty light gold color, some sweetness on the nose with fresh flowers and that cellar/desert wine sweet honey smell. Medium viscosity. Palette saw more residual sugar, balanced by less acid that you would expect (medium). Wine is rounded out with a long finish, medium complexity. Enjoyed this, very nice subtle sweetness, but was longing for more acid on this one.

May 25th, 2017
Jason Gaffner

Excellent value!

Excellent value!

Apr 11th, 2017