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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. Vols Ayler Kupp Kabinett Riesling 2017

    Vols Ayler Kupp Kabinett Riesling 2017

    $28.00
    The region is Saar, the village is Ayl, the vineyard Kupp, and the producer Helmut Plunien, all part of the revival of this cool, historic winemaking area. The acidity in this classic, pure expression of Riesling is razor-sharp, cutting through the subtly weighty sweetness and lime zest, smoke aromas. Perfect combination of delicacy and roundness that’s only found in Kabinett Riesling. Learn More
  5. Maximin Grunhauser Riesling Sekt Brut 2015

    Maximin Grunhauser Riesling Sekt Brut 2015

    $38.00
    The Germans drink more sparkling wine than anywhere else in the world. A lot of it isn’t that good but top producers make Sekt similar in quality to champagne but in a more aromatic style. Aged for 8 months on the lees and then topped up with high-quality Auslese from 2011, this serious bottle of bubbles is expressive of Riesling while also toasty and nutty with a gently creamy mouthfeel. The touch of sweetness on the palate (13.6g/L) is perfectly balanced by high acidity. Racy and mineral with a long finish. Learn More
  6. Zilliken Forstmeister Geltz Riesling 2017

    Zilliken Forstmeister Geltz Riesling 2017

    $22.00
    Rightly renowned Saar producer. This is their “entry-level” Riesling – an indicator of just how good their top wines are. There’s a balance between sweetness (44g/L) and acidity (8.4g/L TA) that you can only find in the cooler German regions. Fresh, bright aromas of lime zest and pineapple give the wine vibrancy alongside the lively acidity, fleshed out by the sugar. Very easy to drink on its own or with spicy food. Delicious. Learn More
  7. Allimant-Laugner Praelatenberg Grand Cru Riesling 2016

    Allimant-Laugner Praelatenberg Grand Cru Riesling 2016

    $28.00
    Known for the finesse and elegance of its wines and mentioned back in 823, Praelatenberg is a 19ha Grand Cru vineyard lying in the middle of Alsace at an elevation of between 250 and 350m on a gneiss bedrock with quartz soils. This is a fantastic price for a wine of this quality, with a stony, steely character, concentration and depth, intense lime zest and developing mature petrol aromas, all capped off by a long, drying finish. Drink now-2028. Learn More
  8. Jager Riesling Ried Steinriegl Federspiel Wachau 2016

    Jager Riesling Ried Steinriegl Federspiel Wachau 2016

    $27.00
    Roman Jäger’s wines are exemplary, structured around a precise fruitiness and vivacity, consistency, and clarity. He wants to enhance the specific authentic terroir notes of his terraces in his wines. The Steinriegl Riesling from the Wachau is characterized by tightness and minerality. We find this wine to be compact, steely crisp and exhilarating, bone-dry but so refreshing. Learn More
  9. 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
  10. 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