Dark red with light ruby reflections. Red berries, soft oaky and earthy notes. Light body, velvety tannins, soft texture, nice fruity taste. Notes of fruit stones appear in the slightly bitter, fresh finish. Drink up with soft cheeses or charcuterie.
Very pale in colour; minerally, kiwi flavours with good tension between sweetness and acidity. Just a touch of oxidation (browning-apple flavour) on the finish.
Great value here! Pure, authentic Mosel, with lime, mineral, white peach and apple. Off-dry with refreshing acidity providing focus. Bring on the Szechuan cuisine!
This is sourced from the Bassermann-Jordan estate vineyards in Ruppertsberg, fermented wild and without any additives. Alluring nose of stones, lemon verbena, tangerine pear skin and a wash of petrol on the juicy, pulpy, cushioned core. Dry and honey-sheened, this matches well the bitter pithiness of the citrus against underripe orchard fruit, all bedded with stones, plumped with Pfalz generosity, and finishing with a swipe of anise.
The steep, south-facing Scharzhofberger vineyard is one of the Saar's most famous and climatically coolest site. With 6.6 ha, Reichsgraf von Kesselstatt numbers among the largest owners with holdings in the site. Loess, coarse gray and reddish slate (up to 70%) contribute to the characteristic minerality of this site. This striking wine certainly complies, with ample crushed stone, wet slate, honeyed pear, quince, yellow apple, crystalline lemon and earthy, dried herbs filtered throughout.
From the Felsengartenkellerei Co-op, this Wurttemberg Riesling streams ginger ale, tangerine, green apple, on a lean palate, one textured with earthy orange and pithy acidity. More severe and angular with broken stones, this has a gentle roundness on the palate, but finishes dry with a flush of warmth.