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  1. Meyer-Fonne "Pfoeller" Riesling Alsace 2016

    Meyer-Fonne "Pfoeller" Riesling Alsace 2016

    $48.00
    Félix Meyer is a rising star in Alsace, making his mark on a winery his grandfather established at the end of the 19th century. The “Pfoeller” Riesling comes from a half hectare parcel that was planted in 1982 on fossil-rich limestone. This dry Riesling is overflowing with acidity that is tempered by the year of aging on its lees. Some notes of petrol compliment the stone fruits that are presented on the nose. Learn More
  2. Hermann J Wiemar Riesling Seneca Lake 2017

    Hermann J Wiemar Riesling Seneca Lake 2017

    $23.00
    This is the signature Riesling from one of New York’s best producers. The biodynamic fruit comes from Seneca Lake in the Finger Lakes, the cool continental climate producing wines with the perfect balance between acidity and fruitiness. This is fresh and aromatic, with lime zest, juicy peach, white flowers, and freshly mown grass, all cut through by razor-sharp acidity. Pristine. Learn More
  3. Anheuser Reisling Eiswein Germany 1983

    Anheuser Reisling Eiswein Germany 1983

    $90.00 (NET)
    Now here’s something special – Eiswein from 1983, just a year after the style was given its own Prädikat designation. It comes from Nahe and despites its maturity is still incredibly fresh and pure. It’s pale brown in color, with an intense nose of dried fruits, dried flowers, honey, toffee, and fudge followed by a rich, luscious palate perfectly balanced by lively acidity that has survived the years. Unique. Learn More
  4. St. Urbans Hof Riesling Spatlese Mosel 2014

    St. Urbans Hof Riesling Spatlese Mosel 2014

    $30.00
    Gold-standard Spätlese from classic Mosel producer. From 2014, the wine’s also benefitting from some age for slowly developing smoke and petrol aromas. A small amount of botrytis in the grapes gives the wine an extra, honeyed richness with aromas of marmalade and dried fruit on top of ripe peach and passion fruit. As one would expect from the Mosel, the balance between acidity and sugar is pitch perfect. Learn More
  5. Seehof Riesling Feinherb 2017

    Seehof Riesling Feinherb 2017

    $19.00
    Young, forward-thinking winemaker Florian Fauth is one of the leaders in the quality movement in the Rheinhessen (along with Klaus Peter Keller, his brother in law). Gorgeously balanced: get ripe stone fruits, tangerine, quince, persimmon and rosewater, along with rigid acid. perfect accompaniment for all manner of Asian food—especially curries. Learn More
  6. Tegernseerhof Riesling Auslese "Ried Steiner Pfaffenberg" Niederosterreich 2015

    Tegernseerhof Riesling Auslese "Ried Steiner Pfaffenberg" Niederosterreich 2015

    $50.00
    Delicious sweet Riesling from one of Wachau’s top and oldest producers. Grapes come from the Steiner Pfaffenberg vineyard just above the river on the Wachau-Kremstal border. The rich, heady nose is full of aromas of stone and tropical fruit, smoke, petrol, sweet spices, and dried flowers, with a slowly developing maturity. Wonderfully balanced, the sweetness lifted by fresh acidity, and rounded off by a long, textured finish. Learn More
  7. Erben von Beulwitz Riesling Kaseler Nies'chen Grosses Gewachs Mosel 2016

    Erben von Beulwitz Riesling Kaseler Nies'chen Grosses Gewachs Mosel 2016

    $48.00
    From the Ruwer region, an area known for difficult, cool growing conditions but the best producers make the struggle worth it. The Nies’chen vineyard is steep and well-exposed, an extreme site with blue slate and sparse stony topsoil – the vines for this wine come from just above a wall on the hill’s steepest section, hence the name “Auf den Mauern.” This is a powerful, tense wine with a developing smokiness, some richness, a spicy texture, and a long finish. Learn More
  8. Malat Steinbuhel Riesling Kremstal 2013

    Malat Steinbuhel Riesling Kremstal 2013

    $38.00
    9th-generation winery going back to 1722, specializing in single-vineyard expressions of Kremstal. This comes from the Steinbühel vineyard, its name meaning stony hill – indicating soil and exposition ideal for Riesling, making it even more intense and ageworthy than usual. Aged for 6-8 months in 2,000 liter oak barrels, there are concentrated aromas of smoke, petrol, and lime zest, with fresh acidity and a weighty palate for the perfect balance between freshness and maturity. Learn More
  9. Weegmuller Haarddter Burgergartern Riesling Kabinett Pfalz 2011

    Weegmuller Haarddter Burgergartern Riesling Kabinett Pfalz 2011

    $24.00
    There’s nothing better than tasting older Riesling, and this Kabinett from 2011 is a fine example of the grape as it matures. It’s golden in color, with developing aromas of smoke, petrol, and honey, as well as some lime zest, peach, and apricot. On the palate the sweetness gives the wine body and weight, but the overall impression is of a fresh, light, delicate wine. Learn More
  10. Weingut Kunstler Riesling Trocken 2014

    Weingut Kunstler Riesling Trocken 2014

    $25.00
    High quality producer from Rheingau makes this Riesling that’s got some maturity to it. It has a really attractive nose that’s floral with citrus aromas of lemon pith and developing petrol and smoke. There’s a gentle creaminess on the palate which rounds it out, lifted by crisp acidity. It’s delicate and nervy, with a touch of spice giving an extra edge and grip. Great example of Riesling with some age to it. Learn More