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This lightly sparkling wine is meant to be the German answer to Prosecco. From the winery: "Light straw yellow with lovely green highlights. Fresh-fruity aromas of pear, apple and grapefruit. Mild and well balanced on the palate with exotic aromas and a delicate nutmeg tone. Sparklingly refreshing."
Jancis Robinson: "Stefan Winter is not one to hide the acidity of 2013, but when it is balanced by enough fruit and minerality, as in his Dittelsheimer trocken, the end result is an honest dry Riesling with serious authenticity. Sorrel provides a fine green edge for a delightful combination of peach and spice. (MS)" (4/2014)
This blend—Pinot Noir, Portuguieser, with a touch of Dornfelder—was made by Frank Heyden, a second-generation winemaker who's shown much promise in crafting excellent wines from his family's highly rated vineyards in Rheinhessen. His classic wines really outperform for their price tag.
This organically produced Riesling comes from the loess, loam and limestone vineyards in and around the village of Bechtheim. Don't let the gentle slopes of the Rheinhessen fool you, the wines here can be some of the best expressions of terroir out there. Fermented and rested in 100% stainless steel this wine pops with aromatic character and texture. Aromas of peach, wet herbs and mineral up top with a plenty of body and texture to coat the palate while giving off subtle notes of caraway, steely minerals and a dry focused finish. (Eric Story, German Buye... Read More »
Made from a careful selection of Riesling using the methode champenois, this delightful sparkler is fresh and zippy. Stone fruit, herbs and white flowers abound in this alluring bubbly. Perfect as an aperitif or alongside some spicy Thai food.
Inventory: Main Warehouse
Jancis Robinson: "Although the green fruit aromas appear quite restrained on the nose, the palate packs some punch with sound acidity, stony minerality and firm body. An estate trocken with plenty of substance and a nice line of delicate but fresh fruit flavour. (MS)" (6/2015) K&L Notes: One of those Rheinhessen producers responsible for enhancing this often under-appreciated region's prestige, Philipp Wittmann aims for a racy, clean style of Riesling.
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Jancis Robinson: "Full, opulent and very confident nose. Really steaming along in a familiar mode here - white peach and nectarine flavours. Great balance and lovely crackling acidity. Very long. 17/20 points." (10/2006)
This refreshing German pink is made from 95% Pinot Meunier and 5% Portugieser, has just a minute touch of residual sugar, which makes is a stellar pairing for something spicy. Bright and aromatic red fruits carry all the way through to the core of this refreshing and quaffing rosé. Fantastic with spicy grilled sausages or even a watermelon, arugula and feta salad.
Jancis Robinson: "Just as for the 2013, a scent of hay and herbs dominates the fragrance. On the palate the herbal contribution can be narrowed down to fennel and even a smidgeon of aniseed, which works very well with the juicy expression of grapefruit. Despite this contribution of citrus fruit, the Pettenthal is relatively soft and gentle, the green herbal element emerging again on the finish as the main flavour contender. 17/20 points. Drink 2015-2021. (MS)" (11/2015)