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Notes:Ripe peach flavors balance ripe acidity, hints of lime and characteristic mineral notes.The fresh, balanced taste of clean slate is achieved by carefully selecting grapes from vineyards throughout the Mosel. The steep blue slate slopes of the Lower Mosel give the wine its minerality while the Middle Mosel provides a hint of spice to complement the characteristic fresh peach flavors of the Upper Mosel.
Dr. L comes exclusively from traditional vineyards with steep slopes and slate soil. This introductory, non-estate wine embodies the elegant and racy style of classic Mosel Riesling. By working closely with growers on long-term contract, brothers Ernst and Thomas Loosen are able to assure excellent quality in every vintage. - Winery
LOOSEN BROS.:Gebrüder Loosen (“Loosen Brothers” in German), is the winemaking company that produces the range of Dr. L wines. It is owned by Ernst Loosen, who also owns the Dr. Loosen estate, and is managed by his younger brother, Thomas. Together, the brothers work with small growers throughout the Mosel region to source fruit for the wines, which are vinified by the same highly skilled cellar team that produces the Dr. Loosen estate wines. Very strict quality standards require that the...
The NOBLE HOUSE wine is a carefully selected, refreshing Riesling wine. It is the proud result of traditional and innovative winemaking. Harvested in the region of Bernkastel, NOBLE HOUSE RIESLING has an agreeable ripe peach and apricot aroma, typical of the Middle Moselle slate terrain. Its finish is long and lingering. - Winery ** Only 6 in Stock **
NOTES: Medium dry, acidic, citrus notes, peach notes, clementine notes, green apple notes, flowery, minerally. ALCOHOL: 12.0%SUGAR: 17.0 g/lACIDS: 7.5 g/l
“Johannes Selbach, this estate's winemaker and director (as well as Terry Theise's man-on-the-ground in Germany) is on fire. His wines are top flight and yet his winemaking appears to be improving with each vintage. Readers should note that Selbach's wines typically appear substantially better after a few years of cellaring.” – Pierre Rovani, Wine Advocate
Notes: Treppchen is named after the stone staircase that was built into the vineyard many years ago for the farmers to work it. It is a 36 ha vineyard most of which has been replanted, excluding parcels owned by Meulenhof and J.J. Christoffel Erben. The red slate contains a high level of iron translating into very mineral expressive wines. A real salt bomb; long, licorice-y, carraway seeds, a serpentine structure.
Notes: Ürziger Würzgarten is an iconic Mittel Mosel site, famous for it’s red sandstone soil covered by red slate over a large and steep amphitheater. Typically wines from this site tend to be the more spicy, tropical and richer then those from neighboring villages and sites.
Notes: Intense fruit flavors with notes of lime, dried mango, orange zest and woodruff. It is crisp and juicy, a typical Ruwer-style wine, mineral and fresh.
Vineyards & Winemaking: The grapes are picked from vines grown in predominantly slate soils on steep slopes throughout the Mosel Saar Ruwer valleys. Fermentation occurs in stainless steel, resulting in a crisp, off-dry style Riesling. Taste: Fragrant aromas of white peach, nectarine and Bosc pear backed by pastoral scents of hay or straw. The wine has a touch of sweetness backed by refreshing acidity. Notes: The Mosel River winds its way northeast from the Vosges mountains of France until it...
Notes: Remarkable balance of rich, fruit flavors and delicate, refreshing acidity German wines are ideal partners with many foods. This German wine, selected by Valckenberg, is delicious with all kinds of salads, poultry, light meat dishes and seafood.
This fine Riesling wine originates from the Mosel valley with its steep vineyards and offers an extraordinary premium wine quality.Forward fruit and floral aromas of apples and peaches with just a hint of citrus. The natural acidity gives the wine a perfect balance that is refreshingly crisp and leaves your mouth watering. This wine pairs well with a wide range of food like light salads, poultry, seafood and blue cheese or just on its own. Serve chilled. - Winery ...
COLOR: Pale goldAROMA: Aromatic, with scents of apricot and peach.TASTE: Dry with fresh fruit flavors perfectly balanced by a racy acidity and mineral character.SERVING SUGGESTIONS: Enjoy on its own or with a range of light appetizers and seafood dishes. - Winery
This medium bodied Riesling has peach and fine apple aromas, a firm and fruity palate, and crisp acidity that results in a well balanced, easy to drink wine. It is perfect as an aperitif or to complement a wide array of foods from pork and ham to fish and poultry. - Winery
Notes: German Riesling is the darling of wine professionals and sommeliers around the world. It’s available in a variety of delicious styles, with the dry and lightly sweet versions being some of the best food-pairing wines around – one reason why you’ll spot them on top restaurant wine lists from New York to Tokyo. Our customers have been thirsty for top-class, gently sweet Riesling for some time – and we’ve finally found the perfect one. It hails from the steep slopes of Germany’s famed...