Clear medium amber. Nose of oloroso sherry and baked apple served alongside an antique violin. Viscous, with the sweet apple and stewed peach and apricot flavours beautifully balanced by acidity. Wonderful now but will last for many more years.
Pale straw in colour with a minerally honeyed grapefruit bouquet. Light-bodied with a faint spritz; honeyed grapefruit flavour ending on a note of apple. Good value.
Known as the “Master” of the Nahe region, Dönnhoff here offers an outstanding Riesling at a very good price where finesse and power are in symbiosis. Medium body with brisk acidity and pure flavours of lime sorbet and white nectarine dance on the palate and finish with mineral notes that lingers. A natural with sushi and a great pairing with salmon or tuna tartare.
This Riesling is one of the best buys in German wines in terms of quality for price. You get a wine that’s bright, pale straw in colour with a minerally, honeyed citrus nose; it’s light-bodied, off-dry and fairly dances on the palate with honeyed apple and citrus flavours. It’s the kind of wine you’d want to sip before dinner or try it with Asian food or lightly curried dishes.
Leads off on the nose with striking floral scent reminiscent of violets, dark cherry fruit with a dusting of cinnamon, clove and a splash of vanilla. Thickly textured in the mouth with concentrated black cherry flavour wrapped in velvety tannins and lively, forward acidity on the finish.
From late-picked Pinot Noir grapes. Clear, pale rusty red. Medium nose of raspberries and violets. The ripe grapes make the wine taste almost sweet, with strawberry and raspberry flavours. Light-bodied with acidity in good balance with the fruit and a long finish. Drink up.