Ripe and rich, this is a full-bodied expression of spicy Gewurztraminer. It has weight and density, packed with peppered quince and rounded lychee and mango. It needs to age, so it will be best from 2016.— R.V.
Rich and opulent, this offers depth of flavor, with intense quince, yellow and tropical fruit, and a spicy, peppery background. It’s a full-bodied wine to age at least until 2017.— R.V.
Full and fruity, this is already a delicious wine. A note of tangy citrus enlivens the apple and pear flavors. This has weight and an intense texture, with warm acidity and a touch of spice on the finish.— R.V.
Lightly floral, showing a hint of minerality and pink grapefruit fruit. There is a fine apple skin edge to this bright wine. Screwcap.— R.V.
This warm, ripe wine has a balance between spice, rich fruit and a fresher background. It has enough spice to make it completely typical Gewurztraminer while keeping style and elegance. Drink now.— R.V.
A perfumed wine that is spicy as well as crisp. It is full of ripe apples and hedgerow fruits, with a spring in its texture and a bright acidity at the end. The aftertaste shows more of the spiciness as well as a touch of typical Riesling steeliness.— R.V.
This is a medium-sweet style of Pinot Gris from the Beblenheim cooperative. It is fruity, with a touch of spice complementing the creamed pear and lychee flavors. On the finish, acidity mingles with a honey note. Screwcap.— R.V.
A soft style of Riesling, with some attractive aromatic white flower character. The fruit is soft, just off dry, freshened by acidity. Screwcap.— R.V.