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Among the top producers of Spätburgunder, Weingut Friedrich Becker is on the cutting edge of quality for the most exciting category in German wine. Wine Advocate's Stephan Reinhardt writes, "Weingut Friedrich Becker, today directed by father Friedrich and son Fritz, is well known for its top class Pinot Noirs... These are excellent efforts from the calcareous family vineyards that are located in Schweigen-Rechtenbach on this side and beyond the French/Alsatian border." (12/2015)
Price: $19.99

Importer's notes: "Müller-Thurgau was created in Switzerland in the 19th century as a hardy, early-ripening grape for table wines. It is now the most widely grown grape in Germany. Borell-Diehl makes it in the classic style: fresh, crisp, limey, and ridiculously easy to drink. A modest 12% alcohol with great acids and no oak (of course), it beats Pinot Grigio at its own game, offering great refreshment in a dry style but also the unique fruitiness of a cool climate aromatic grape. Did we mention it’s in a LITER? 33% more wine!"
Price: $14.99

95 points James Suckling: "This is still a bit closed, but the lemon-curd and lemon-jelly character on the nose, the finely etched flavors on the medium-bodied palate, then the very long and creamy yet super-clean finish, all announce a great dry riesling. From organically grown grapes. Drink or hold." (09/2011) 93 points Wine Spectator: "Very aromatic, with a complex array of floral aromas, while the palate shows hints of jasmine, rambutan, persimmon and coriander. Silky in texture and expansive, with emerging acidity and minerality midpalate that bri...

93 points James Suckling: "The whiff of smoke gives the cassis nose of this wine an extra dimension. Concentrated and racy with a dangerous amount of energy. So juicy and vibrant with a long and very clean finish. From organically grown grapes. Drink or hold. " (09/2011) 90 points Vinous: "Intense black currant, elderflower, gooseberry and grapefruit on the nose suggest a Scheurebe-Sauvignon meld, and notes of huckleberry, juniper, and sage on the firm but oily palate reinforce that impression. Even by Scheurebe or Sauvignon standards, this represents ...

90 points Vinous: "This is a terrific example of Riesling relishing what I like to call 'hidden sweetness.' The legally halbtrocken level of residual sugar present here not only beautifully supports the flavors of bright, luscious key lime, grapefruit and white peach, but also seems to set off the wine’s mouthwatering sense of salinity (a cleaner and more purely mineral salinity than that expressed in the corresponding legally trocken generic). Sage and basil lend pungent and cooling notes. A silken feel is in itself alluring while also offering a lovely...


Wine Spectator: "A fruit-forward dry white sporting currant and apricot notes underscored by fine minerality and zesty acidity, this is seductive, and a perfect intro to the drier side of German Riesling. Drink now through 2024. (AZ)" (05/2019)
Price: $15.99

Vinous: "This bottling features estate fruit from lesser Forst, Deidesheim and Ruppertsberg sites plus purchased fruit from farther afield. Featuring mint, wintergreen, passion fruit, and a hint of boxwood, the nose could easily be mistaken for that of a Sauvignon Blanc. While only around 12% in alcohol, this bottling evinces a considerable sense of stuffing, perhaps to the slight detriment of charm or clarity. Apple and lime provide bright juiciness on a firm palate, leading to a refreshing finish that preserves much of the herbal pungency found on the ...
Price: $17.99

94 points James Suckling: "A stunning, bone-dry riesling for this moderate price level! Fine nose of sliced pears and honeysuckle. Stunning freshness and purity on the medium-full palate. The finish is subtlety reminiscent of Mosel. From organically grown grapes. Drink or hold. " (12/2018) 92 points Vinous: "Here is an adamantly dry bottling that captures the efficacious bright acidity and salinity that are also features of this year’s off-dry generic Müller-Catoir bottling. The wine’s sunny disposition and salinity are signaled on the lemon-lime, grap...

This Spätburgunder Rosé has less that 1g/L residual sugar! At a very moderate 12% Alc and racy 7.2g TA...this is a fresh, zesty, palate cleansing rosé that is super refreshing and versatile. Perfect for summer sipping. P.S. The label is pretty awesome and changes under a black light too - perfect for Halloween and Día de los Muertos! (Ryan Woodhouse, K&L Germany Wine Buyer) Winery note: "We at Reichsrat von Buhl rely on dry wines. On really dry wines. Dry in German wine regulations can be up to 9g/L of residual sugar. And that is not dry. Or not dry enou...
Price: $17.99

From the importer: "Family owned since 1774 with 9 generations tending the vines, the winery is now run by Philipp David Catoir. Martin Franzen, hailing from the Mosel, with experience as head of operations at Schlossgut Diel in the Nahe and Gut Nagelsforst in Baden, took over winemaking responsibility from Hans-Günther Schwarz in 2001. In an effort to showcase terroir and varietal character, Müller-Catoir has adopted the following philosophy of winegrowing: “Vines were grown by natural methods with organic fertilization, permanent green cutting that get...
Price: $34.99