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Trocken Rheinhessen Scheurebe

8.816 ratings
8.91 pro ratings
Rheinhessen, Germany
Scheurebe
Top Notes For
Jörgen Lindström Carlvik

Owner, Brix Wine Consultants

8.9

In 2014, this wine was never commercialised, so needless to say that this was a rare occasion. While fruity and "nice" on the nose, this wine is all about palate presence; and in order to appreciate it, grapefruit MUST be your preferred taste. Blonde, pink and red grapefruit intermingles beautifully and all contribute to this wine's complexity.

In 2014, this wine was never commercialised, so needless to say that this was a rare occasion. While fruity and "nice" on the nose, this wine is all about palate presence; and in order to appreciate it, grapefruit MUST be your preferred taste. Blonde, pink and red grapefruit intermingles beautifully and all contribute to this wine's complexity.

Mar 27th, 2016
Aaron Tan

The effort that went into this wine... Insane... I can still remember Julia's satisfied expression at the end of it. She proudly exclaims - this will be a £15 wine... we do it for ourselves because we love this wine. I learnt a lot from this wine and finally tasting it is an experience that will stick with me for life. For me, this is the baby 17' G-Max!

In case you're wondering, we spent an entire day picking these grapes from old Scheurebe vines in the La Borne section of Morstein. Pre-sorting in the vineyard and handling the grapes with utmost care... Placing... NOT THROWING them into small red containers. One could easily mistaken this for the legendary G-Max when picking. This was followed by two days of sorting in a cold cold cellar. Only perfect ripe berries were allowed. Crazy!

The effort that went into this wine... Insane... I can still remember Julia's satisfied expression at the end of it. She proudly exclaims - this will be a £15 wine... we do it for ourselves because we love this wine. I learnt a lot from this wine and finally tasting it is an experience that will stick with me for life. For me, this is the baby 17' G-Max!

In case you're wondering, we spent an entire day picking these grapes from old Scheurebe vines in the La Borne section of Morstein. Pre-sorting in the vineyard and handling the grapes with utmost care... Placing... NOT THROWING them into small red containers. One could easily mistaken this for the legendary G-Max when picking. This was followed by two days of sorting in a cold cold cellar. Only perfect ripe berries were allowed. Crazy!

Oct 4th, 2018
Brad Farrow

Should have waited til warmer weather to pop this... was super enjoyable all the same.

Should have waited til warmer weather to pop this... was super enjoyable all the same.

Mar 25th, 2017
Maria

Drinkable cassis,

Drinkable cassis,

Mar 26th, 2016
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