Pale colour with a nose of of apples, spices and white flowers. Clean and pure, opulent raisiny and honeyed flavours with a thread of minerality and balancing acidity. A long-lived wine but drinking beautifully right now.
Offers characteristic varietal green apple and aromatic floral notes with refreshingly crisp acidity balancing the lightly off-dry finish. An agreeable sipper that will pair with light appetizers and lightly spiced white-meat dishes.
From Bavaria’s oldest wheat brewery, this classic of the style shows slightly sour yeasty and malty aromas with very smooth creamy malt flavours, soft effervescence and lingering, refreshingly light bitterness on the finish.
This Riesling has quite an interesting steely nose of lanolin and white pepper with citrus, pear and nectarine chiming in. The fruit is fairly ripe on the palate with moderate sweetness, citrus, peach and apricot fruits with added mineral notes that are all lifted by tangy acidity. Would like to taste this in 5 years when the petrol notes emerge.
This is classic, old-school Chablis made in collaboration between Bernard Raveneau and Kermit Lynch from a single vineyard using organic Chardonnay. Such an inviting and interesting nose of lemon-citrus, oyster shells, wet stone, apple, forest foliage and just the tiniest whiff of biscuit. It is enthralling as it builds on the palate and the subtleties start emerging — chalky minerality, lemon-citrus, foraged mushrooms, nuts and green-apple notes. It has the depth and acidity to evolve and deliver pleasure for many years even if it is, after all, a village Chablis.
A floral nose that is joined by summer peach, crushed stone, honeycomb and spiced apple pie. It’s a touch creamy on the palate with notes of fennel and ginger mingling with quince and mature peaches. Really interesting medium-sweet Riesling here. Could cellar for 10 or more years.