It’s rare to see older vintages of German wines released straight from the estate cellars, so if you haven’t had the chance to sample older German dessert wines, this may be worth a try. It’s pretty darn good, too, with lovely clover blossom and honey scents leading into dried apricot and juicy pineapple flavors. Don’t expect a thick, syrupy wine—this has a light…
A nicely balanced auslese that’s not too rich or sweet, marrying ripe apples and pears with floral notes, tropical fruit and a healthy dose of crushed-stone minerality. Finishes with flourishes of pineapple and citrus. Imported by Classical Wines.
A very good kabinett, one that effortlessly combines aromas of fresh greens, mixed citrus and green apples in a relatively lightweight package. Apple, citrus and melon flavors turn slightly honeyed on the finish, while remaining crisp enough to be rereshing.
A touch drier than the Gold label Impulse Riesling previously reviewed, this wine has a fine, almost filigreed bouquet of finely intertwined lime and mineral notes accented by green plum. Lean and elegant, with a crisp finish and good length.