Hessische Staatsweingüter Kloster Eberbach

Rüdesheimer Berg Rottland Riesling Spatlese

9.79 ratings
9.75 pro ratings
Rheingau, Germany
Riesling
Top Notes For
Jeremy Shanker

Sommelier at RN74

9.7

Bad photo, great wine. 62 Cabinet

Bad photo, great wine. 62 Cabinet

Jan 30th, 2018
Dade Thieriot

#1934 was one of the three best vintages of that decade in #Germany, along with 1937 & 1938.
The
#Staatsweingut #Rheingaus produced in this era were excellent; especially those from the steep, #slate soil sites of the majestic Rüdesheimer Berg.
This is a perfectly balanced wine when it comes to sweetness versus acidity and in no way a big, fat, syrupy overstated example of late-picked
#Riesling, but rather restrained by comparison...a wine one can easily drink more than one glass of--GRANDIOS!!! #klostereberbach #tba

#1934 was one of the three best vintages of that decade in #Germany, along with 1937 & 1938.
The
#Staatsweingut #Rheingaus produced in this era were excellent; especially those from the steep, #slate soil sites of the majestic Rüdesheimer Berg.
This is a perfectly balanced wine when it comes to sweetness versus acidity and in no way a big, fat, syrupy overstated example of late-picked
#Riesling, but rather restrained by comparison...a wine one can easily drink more than one glass of--GRANDIOS!!! #klostereberbach #tba

May 30th, 2015
Vinny Eng

Pike perch, pear, chestnut & porcini ceps.

Pike perch, pear, chestnut & porcini ceps.

Oct 14th, 2014
Fabien Lainé

Blogger VinDeling.com

9.9

Woah 😋 what a great wine ! Delicate and savory acidity, evolved complex aromas, touch of freshness, power and great concentration, a spectacular wine 😄

Woah 😋 what a great wine ! Delicate and savory acidity, evolved complex aromas, touch of freshness, power and great concentration, a spectacular wine 😄

Sep 14th, 2014
Benjamin Disesa

Well preserved, still full of life after 19 years. Beautiful balance of sweetness and acidity, with a lot of complexity. Although a little fragile with a slight oxidation. Peaking, or on its way down. Great wine paired with a trout caught down the river from the vineyard.

Well preserved, still full of life after 19 years. Beautiful balance of sweetness and acidity, with a lot of complexity. Although a little fragile with a slight oxidation. Peaking, or on its way down. Great wine paired with a trout caught down the river from the vineyard.

May 27th, 2015
Julie Færch

Wine-parring June 14 AK

Wine-parring June 14 AK

Jun 17th, 2014
Alan Murray

Alan had this 7 years ago

Alan had this 7 years ago

Jan 15th, 2014
Philipp Marxen

Philipp had this 6 years ago

Philipp had this 6 years ago

Dec 8th, 2014
Sharli Colladay

Sharli had this 6 years ago

Sharli had this 6 years ago

Jun 29th, 2014