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Light to medium bodied wines that are high in acid and light to medium fruit. Typically no oak.
Light to medium bodied wines with lots of juicy fruit, typically medium acid and medium oak.
Full bodied wines that have typically undergone malo-lactic fermentation and/or spent time in oak.
Unbelievably, almost unbearably pretty; a gaudy overture of fruit yields to a firm, shapely underlay of mineral, which holds hands with an exquisite floweriness, and disappears meaningly.
"A racy style, with a bracing freshness to the slate and sea salt flavors, which feature some peppery accents as well. Ripe peach and smoke mark the rich finish. Drink now through 2016."
In 1997 Andreas and Bernd Spreitzer leased the estate from their father, who remains active. Recently listed as a Gault-Millau discovery of the year, and now Feinschmecker"s newcomer of the year, and a new listing in DM-magazine"s 100-best German vintners list.
Here are the stats: 11.5 hectares, producing about 6,500 cases per year. 92% Riesling, 8% Pinot Noir. All harvesting...Read More About Weingut Spreitzer
The steep, south-facing slopes overlooking the Rhine river are some of the most enviable in Germany. The region's wines are based almost completely on Riesling and all picking is done by hand. A bit further south than the Mosel, Rheingau grapes get some stronger sun, which is evident by the richer wines produced.
Rheingau wines will be found in brown,...Read More About Rheingau
The Riesling grape is happiest in a cooler climate, one that fosters its slow
and steady ripening. Often assumed to be the producer of only sweet wines, Riesling
is a fascinating grape of many faces. From bone dry to lusciously sweet, this
variety is delicious at any sugar level with its intense aromas and steely acidity.
Most popular in...Read More About Riesling
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