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  1. Calder Wine Company Dry Riesling "Rossi Ranch" Rutherford Napa Valley 2017

    Calder Wine Company Dry Riesling "Rossi Ranch" Rutherford Napa Valley 2017

    $22.00
    Head-trained, dry-farmed vines in Rutherford. Spends 3 hours on the skins, before fermentation and maturation in neutral oak and stainless steel. Unusually goes through full malolactic fermentation, giving the wine some richness and creaminess and balancing the racy acidity (3.4pH). Aromas of peach, apricot, jasmine, and white pepper lead into a fresh, very balanced palate with a steely texture and a bone-dry finish (0.6g/L). Learn More
  2. Vols "Stirn" Ayler Kupp Riesling 2017

    Vols "Stirn" Ayler Kupp Riesling 2017

    $33.00
    Helmut Plunien has been a quiet part of the renaissance in the wines of Saar, determined to express the perfect balance in his wines between acidity, fruit, and sugar in this difficult, cool region. From the Kupp vineyard in the village of Ayl, this is a wonderfully intense, complex Kabinett, with stony, mineral aromas of smoke, lime, and lemon zest, followed by a honeyed, sweet palate and a drying acidic finish – exceptionally balanced. “Saargeschmack.” Learn More
  3. A. J. Adam "In der Sangerei" Riesling Feinherb 2017

    A. J. Adam "In der Sangerei" Riesling Feinherb 2017

    $48.00
    Brother and sister team, owning just 5ha of terraced vineyards in the Dhron valley south of Piesport – this is from a particularly steep amphitheater in the high-quality Hofberg vineyard. Forget the Feinherb labeling, this is Riesling at its most intense, concentrated, and balanced. Lots of fruits – lime, peach, apricot – on the nose with a light, spicy nuttiness, followed by a rich, sweet palate balanced by vibrant acidity. The acidity and sweetness together will cut through the fattiest of foods. Learn More
  4. von Winning Riesling 2017

    von Winning Riesling 2017

    $22.00
    A fuller style of Riesling from meticulous leading Pfalz producer von Winning. Acidity is naturally high and snappy, balanced by a little bit of residual sugar and rich, integrated aromas of lime, pear, and peach, as well as floral notes of honeysuckle and jasmine, and a spicy white pepper texture. Perfect pairing with shellfish or spicy food. Learn More
  5. Schlosskellerei Gobelsburg Riesling 2016

    Schlosskellerei Gobelsburg Riesling 2016

    $20.00
    Second label for the famous Schloss Gobelsburg, one of the best wineries in Kamptal. This is from young-vine Riesling, making this wine all about the grape variety more than terroir and a great example of what Austrian Riesling tastes like: a light smokiness, with fruity lime, peach aromas and fresh – but not exorbitantly high – acidity. Lots of fun. Learn More
  6. Meyer-Fonne Wineck-Schlossberg Grand Cru Riesling 2016

    Meyer-Fonne Wineck-Schlossberg Grand Cru Riesling 2016

    $49.00
    From the granite soils of Wineck-Schlossberg Grand Cru, near Katzenthal where the winery is based. They have just a hectare of plantings, which are organically farmed. This is stunning Riesling, Alsace at its best and most intense: lime, peach, apricot, white pepper, jasmine, honeysuckle, and smoke going into a precise palate that has a long drying finish. Learn More
  7. Domaine Saint-Remy Vieilles Vignes Riesling 2016

    Domaine Saint-Remy Vieilles Vignes Riesling 2016

    $23.00
    Certified biodynamic vineyards farmed by the same family since 1725. Made from 30-year-old vines, this is remarkably full and intense for Riesling at such an attractive price. A complex, smoky nose of pears, peaches, honeysuckle, and white pepper leads into a taut palate that has high acidity and just a touch of sweetness to give an involved, balanced structured. A wine that can handle spicy food. Learn More
  8. Weingut Knoll Ried Loibenberg Riesling 2016

    Weingut Knoll Ried Loibenberg Riesling 2016

    $69.00 (NET)
    From one of Wachau’s most highly regarded producers, based in the village of Unterloiben on the banks of the Danube. The vineyard is Loibenberg, located on steep terraces at elevation of 260-350 meters with gneiss and loess soils. The perfect balance between warm days and cool nights leads to a rich, full style of Riesling that’s lifted by racy acidity and incredibly concentrated mineral aromas and a steely cut. Learn More
  9. Mac Forbes "RS19" Riesling Strathbogie Ranges 2017

    Mac Forbes "RS19" Riesling Strathbogie Ranges 2017

    $30.00
    From the wonderfully named Strathbogie Ranges comes this impossibly delicious Riesling. The Ranges are known for wines with high acidity – balanced here by the well-integrated residual sugar which also gives the wine some weight. Extra concentration comes from ungrafted vines planted in 1983, as well as native yeast and some lees ageing. Lots of lemon, lime, and peach aromas as well as a smoky, mineral texture. Complex, expressive, and extremely drinkable. Learn More
  10. Barbara Ohlzelt Seeberg Kamptal Riesling 2016

    Barbara Ohlzelt Seeberg Kamptal Riesling 2016

    $27.00
    Barbara Öhlzelt is a dynamic young winemaker in the exciting Austrian region of Kamptal which is just as good but not as expensive as nearby Wachau. A floral nose of jasmine and acacia followed by aromas of lime zest, nectarine, white pepper, and paprika leads into a palate that’s acidic and a little tight at first, but which opens to a full, balanced structure and a long finish. A classy, sophisticated Riesling. Learn More