Friday, March 15 from 5:00-8:00 PM
Germany has been benefiting from global warming and the last few vintages have been remarkably successful - but eiswein is in trouble. Riesling is the most important grape in Germany and is capable of producing dry, sweet and sparkling versions - all of which we are going to show you tonight. The Pinot family (blanc, gris and noir) also does well throughout Germany and we are really keen on tonight's Pinot Blanc (aka weissburgunder), from a biodynamic producer. Spatburgunder (aka Pinot Noir) is hugely popular in the local market and not much of it gets exported. Toni Jost in the Rheingau delivers flavor and value.
- Maximin Grunhaus Riesling Sekt Brut 2015 $38
- Leiner Weisser Burgunder Pfalz 2013 $22
- Toni Jost Rheingau Spatburgunder 2014 $22
- von Winning Riesling 2017 $22
- Zilliken Forstmeister Geltz Riesling 2017 $22
- Vols Ayler Kupp Riesling Kabinett 2017 $28
- This is a drop in tasting. Come anytime from 5 to 8!
- Reservation not necessary.
- Wines poured on sale for 10% discount during the event.