1. Vols Ayler Kupp Kabinett Riesling 2017

    Vols Ayler Kupp Kabinett Riesling 2017

    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
  2. Zilliken Forstmeister Geltz Riesling 2017

    Zilliken Forstmeister Geltz Riesling 2017

    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
  3. Vols "Stirn" Ayler Kupp Riesling 2017

    Vols "Stirn" Ayler Kupp Riesling 2017

    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