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94 points James Suckling: "The right edge of reductive funk here and a very fresh array of white-nectarine and lime aromas and succulent flavors. Sublime freshness and drinkability here. Screw cap." (04/2019) 92 points John Gilman: "The 2018 Juffer Kabinett had been bottled a couple of weeks ahead of Prowein and was showing very well at the time of my visit. The wine comes in at nine percent alcohol, with 7.7 grams per liter of acidity and forty-five grams of residual sugar this year. The wine is lovely and really quite classical in its Kabinett sensib...
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2018 Leitz "Eins Zwei Dry 3" Riesling Trocken (Dry) Rheingau
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Jancis Robinson: "Tangy, chalky lemon aroma. Mouth-watering, light-bodied, fine-boned. Dry and delicately spiced on the finish. Long and fragrant. Drink 2019-2021. *Good Value* (JH)" (06/2019) K&L Notes: Importer's notes: "Eins Zwei Dry is the riesling that provides an entry into the Leitz world of wine. This wine is a cross-section of various Rheingau loess and clay soils with an appealing dry character. The bouquet is characterized by a clear apple fragrance, a hint of kumquat and apricot together with a touch of lime blossom."
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91 points James Suckling: "Attractive aromas of flowers and stone fruit here. This has a very fresh feel. The palate is succulent, precise and elegantly delivered with some honey, ripe peaches and hints of mangoes. Seamless, concentrated and dry." (09/2019) 90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2018 Rheingau Riesling Trocken offers a shiny, bright and intense, wonderfully aromatic and coolish Rheingau Riesling nose with great precision and even flinty notes. Lush and fine, with good grip and great elegance, this is a remarkably fine and classic...
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92 points Decanter: "This is a lovely weighty Riesling, showing a more noticeable sweetness than the Erdener (despite lower residual sugar of 39.4g/l). It's so appley and juicy at the moment, although you can imagine it opening up in a few years to reveal more complexity. Drinking Window 2019 - 2030. (JB)" (05/2019)
Price: $23.99

94 points James Suckling: "Uncanny purity of fruit to this with sliced-peach and slate character. Sea-salt undertone. Full-bodied, creamy and tangy. Dry and energetic. Contrastive. Incredible value. Drink or hold. Screw cap." (09/2019) 91 points Decanter: "This is one of the most widely distributed wines of the Dönnhoff estate in the Nahe, and it showcases their pristine, clear-cut but expressive style of Riesling. Fermented in large oak but matured in stainless steel, it once again is a celebration of vibrant citrus, lemon, lime and grapefruit but wit...
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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!"
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91-92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2018 Goldtröpfchen Kabinett is attractively reductive yet super precise and clear on the nose where ripe, concentrated white peach aromas are displayed. The palate is ripe, lush and salty-piquant, with lots of gusto and sensual character but also finesse, elegance and precision. There are coolish flinty notes on the nose and palate. This a gorgeous wine with very good length, energy and concentration. From lower, flatter and warmer plots with bigger, less concentrated grapes. Tasted as a sample some days b...
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Wine Spectator: "Direct but lovely to drink, with well-integrated acidity and notes of peach. The finish is inviting and moderately long. (AZ, Web Only-2019)"
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92 points Vinous: "Ripe pear is garlanded with lily-of-the-valley in a high-toned nose. The mid-palate is lusciously fruity; seductively laden with inner-mouth floral perfume; and invigoratingly laced with zesty fresh lime. Sweetness accentuates the fruit while sticking to a supportive role; and the finish is almost unstoppably juicy as well as transparent to crystalline stony impingements. (Analytically-speaking, the wine pits nine grams of acidity against 45 of residual sugar.) (DS)" (08/2019)
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A small negociant operation, J&H Selbach works closely with a select group of growers who are nearly all under contract allowing them to closely control the winemaking process and ensure quality. According to importer Terry Theise: "Every single one of these wines is sophisticated and has vinosity and most important, moderate residual sugar for the genre."
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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...
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Fürst makes this easy-going white to be delightful as a picinic wine or aperitif. It is made in a feinherb style which means it's a whisker off-dry, but to be honest doesn't show any notable sweetness at all. Elbling is a historic vinifera grape varietal that was cultivated primarily in the Mosel Valley since Roman times and eventually spread to dominate the extensive plantings of medieval Germany. Very few producers are left making wines from this varietal but Fürst take theirs very seriously and this is a fantastic bottle of wine. Ultimately quaffable,...
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Jancis Robinson: "Spritzy palate, crisp citrus sherbet fruit, not exactly honeyed, but the finish has generous ripeness thanks to the residual sugar, which softens the acidity and ties in nicely to the lemon fruit. Freshly squeezed Riesling! Moderate length and no development, but that serves to emphasise the fruit power. (RH)" (07/2019)
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90pts Mosel Fine Wines: "AP: 06 19. The 2018er Ürziger Würzgarten Riesling Kabinett was harvested at 83° Oechsle, and was fermented down to fruity-styled levels of residual sugar (50 g/l). It offers a comparatively fresh nose of red berry fruits, greengage, apricot blossom, creamy almond and smoky elements. The wine has the juicy and creamy presence of a full-on Spätlese on the nicely playful palate and leaves a mouthwatering feel in the long finish. This may be a Spätlese and not a crispy Kabinett but it is a very nice Spätlese! 2026-2038." (08/2019)
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Stephan Reinhardt writes of the 2017 & 2018 vintages from Kruger-Rumpf: "Luckily, the low pH levels compensated the low acidity perfectly in 2018, and it's impossible to say which of the two vintages was the greater one here. The 2018s have more power but are fascinatingly clear, whereas the 2017s are impressively concentrated. I tend to say the dry 2017s are finer than the 2018s, whereas the 2018s are bright and the better off-dry and fruity-sweet wines, but as you can see, there are exceptions, so even this is no rule. In any case, there are more 2018s...
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91 points John Gilman: "The 2018 Brauneberger Trocken was not yet bottled at the time of my visit, but will be bottled under a screwcap when the time comes. The final analysis was not yet done for the wine, but Oliver Haag thought it would land right around twelve percent octane. The wine is lovely out of tank, offering up a fine, youthful nose of pink grapefruit, gentle smokiness, a nice touch of wild yeasts, a lovely base of slate, citrus peel and a gentle topnote of Brauneberg’s herb tones. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied, crisp and beauti...
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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)
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A small negociant operation, J&H Selbach works closely with a select group of growers who are nearly all under contract allowing them to closely control the winemaking process and ensure quality. According to importer Terry Theise: "Every single one of these wines is sophisticated and has vinosity and most important, moderate residual sugar for the genre."
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Vinous: "This high-volume Spreitzer cuvée has gone from being noticeably albeit understatedly sweet to now exhibiting the sort of sub-threshold residual sugar that can engender supportive 'hidden sweetness' in German Riesling. (That impression of relative dryness may be partly a function of relatively high acidity this vintage.) (DS)" (08/2019) Wine Spectator: "Clean and precise, showing direct flavors of lime and quince, with sage notes emerging midpalate. All aspects of this are lovely now: texture, flavors and balance. Not too complex, but superele...
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93 points James Suckling: "Stunning peach and lemon-curd character, combined with stunning freshness and elegance. Long, filigree finish. Drink now. " (11/2018) 90 points Vinous: "From the cool, high-elevation, gravelly Liebfrauenberg portion of the Altenberg Einzellage, while on paper high in residual sugar (at 45 grams namely) this Kabinett displays the bright citricity and consequent tension – not to mention the transparency to shimmering, invigoratingly tingling crystalline mineral impingements – that the vintage’s “Quarzit” bottling lacked. And at...
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Mosel Fine Wines: "AP: 02 18. The 2017er Riesling is made from grapes harvested in the villages of Lieser and Kues. It displays a nice and very attractive aromatics of ripe fruits including apricot, yellow peach, tangerine and candied grapefruit as well as dried spices and smoke. The wine coats the palate with nicely creamy and ripe fruits and leaves one with a very light and fine sense of sweetness nicely wrapped into grapefruit driven acidity in the beautiful persistent finish. Now-2025."
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Vinous: "This featured a higher percentage of spontaneous fermentation than did the corresponding “Porphyr” bottling, and that shows in some residual aromatic yeastiness and smokiness that slightly clouds scents of mango and Persian melon. The mouth feel is surprisingly soft, with a luscious emphasis on sheer fruitiness; the finish caressingly-sustained and a bit superficially sweet. Apropos sweetness, residual sugar in this cuvée, although it has been steadily diminishing, is still at a level (here 35 grams) where the wine works best under conditions of...
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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 ...
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90 points Vinous: "I found the 2016 rendition of this tank-raised bottling (for more on whose sources consult my review of that wine) a bit brusque and crudely Sauvignon in character as well as lacking in refreshment. But what a difference in 2017! Penetratingly high-toned mint and pennyroyal are joined on the nose by an anticipation of the bright lime and juicy honeydew that subsequently dominate the firm palate. The bracing, refreshing, pungently herbal finish is loaded with energy and transparent to chalky underpinnings. Winemaker Stephan Attmann read...
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Stephan Reinhardt writes: "The course for the next generation has also been set. Christian Vogt (previously Karthäuserhof, Ruwer) is the new cellar master, starting with the 2017 harvest. In order to face the challenges of fungal diseases and other infections, Selbach (vineyard manager: Frank Prüm) is changing over to "gentle pruning" that is reducing the cutting surfaces and respecting the crowns of the vine. By a special pruning technique, a healthier and longer life of the vines can be ensured. Grape varieties such as Gewurztraminer and Pinot Noir wer...
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Producer's notes: "The Erdener Herrenberg vineyard is situated between the Erdener Treppchen and the Kinheimer Hubertuslay. It is located on the top of the Mosel valley at an altitude of 250-310m NN. The exposure to the wind on the upper part of the valley and the missing shelter by the valley itself forms a bit cooler micro climate. The soil at Erdener Herrenberg consists of 85% grey schist with 15% of finer sediments and is not quite as deep as the soils of the Kinheimer Hubertuslay vineyard. Especially in very warm, low-water years, Riesling wines fro...
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93 points James Suckling: "An off-dry riesling that's brimming with the smoky character that porphyry soil produces. The balance between the peaches and nectarines and the lively acidity on the medium-bodied palate is spot on. With more power at the finish this would have rated even higher. Drink or hold." (07/2018) 90 points Vinous: "Smoky struck flint wreaths, white peach, fig and lime on the nose. The palate impression is glossy and lusciously-fruited, with a bittersweet, crunchy hint of cassis berries adding to its appeal. The residual sugar is sup...
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91 points Vinous: "Piquantly pip-tinged apple mingles with subtly smoky and stony notes on the nose. The feel is polished and palpably extract-rich. Suggestions of peat, chalk and sea salt serve for inner-mouth intrigue and stimulation, following into a finish of admirable clarity and sheer persistence as well as ample, refreshing juiciness. (DS)" (08/2019)
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91 points James Suckling: "Green apples, pear drops and chamomile are in play here. Lightly off-dry with some softness and a fruity finish, but some pretty acidity crunch. Drink now." (09/2019) K&L Notes: David Schildknecht writes: "The trend continues at this address (as at so many others) toward lower residual sugar among the dry wines – in Helmut Dönnhoff’s words (also familiar from other growers) “the wines are becoming more ‘puristic’” – but he sought to reassure me, “don’t worry, we aren’t going to go heating up our cellar in order to get the win...
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Mosel Fine Wine Review: "The 2017er Im Pfarrgarten was fermented down to off-dry levels at less than 18 g/l of residual sugar, i.e. the limits for medium-dry. Slightly reductive at first, it only gradually reveals a zesty nose of lime, grapefruit zest, mint, herbs and yellow plum. The wine is nicely juicy and creamy on the palate, where a good dollop of zesty acidity lifts up the flavors. Ripe fruits emerge in the slightly sweetish finish. This deliciously light-weighted, easy and direct wine should prove quite enjoyable as of next year. 2019-2023." (8/2...
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93 points James Suckling: "Slightly funky from the wild ferment, but it also has tons of orange blossoms and candied citrus. Powerful and crisp, this wine has nothing whatsoever to do with the category of estate riesling it ostensibly belongs to. Serious concentration and structure here. A long mineral-herbal finish that hits you like a tidal wave. Drink or hold. Screw cap. " (06/2018) 91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Bottled with 11% alcohol, the 2017 Dhroner Riesling Trocken displays a white-golden color and clear, well-concentrated fruit an...
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91 points James Suckling: "Brimming with fresh peach and nectarine aromas. Juicy but also stunningly bright and vivid. Anyone who says that kabinett is easy-drinking needs to try this daring wine! Drink any time during the next 10 years. " (06/2017) Vinous: "Juicy fresh lime and apple dominate the nose as well as a palate whose bright acidity and alcoholic levity are paradoxically allied to subtle creaminess and considerable gloss. Pungent hints of green herbs and orange zest add appeal, and point toward the cuvée’s roughly 50% share of Erden fruit, on...
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93 points Decanter: "A honeyed, intense Kabinett with flavours of dried pineapple and peach along with some apple. It has a good texture and hides its sweetness well, making it a great food wine. 50.3g/l. Drinking Window 2019 - 2030. (JB)" (06/2019)
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93 points James Suckling: "This is a really pretty Riesling with bright lemon curd, orange blossom and lime cordial. Signature minerality and depth for this price point; this is a medium-to full-bodied Riesling with smooth, textural appeal, but a vivacious backbone of acidity. " (12/2019) Jancis Robinson: "Delicate fumy notes of spontaneous fermentation but not too much, enhancing the stony mineral first impression. Both tight and juicy on the palate, crisp, sharply defined but with silky citrus fruit. (JH)" (06/2019) K&L Notes: Importer's notes: "Th...
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91 points Decanter: "Characterised by its steep, red slate slope, Erdener Treppchen can produce wines of impressive depth and minerality. This 2018 Kabinett has a fresh aroma of crisp green apple, followed on the fairly soft palate by more appley fruit and a touch of sweetness. There is some steely minerality on the finish which freshens things up. A lovely, plump, juicy wine for drinking over the next 10 years. 45.4g/l Drinking Window 2019 - 2030. (JB)" (05/2019)
Price: $21.99