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93 points

Josmeyer 2012 Le Dragon Riesling (Alsace)

Named for the dragon that supposedly fought against the sun in the Brand Grand Cru vineyard, this ripe wine is full of fruit and has a dense, tense structure that will need time to reach potential. It is driven by its mineral texture as much as the fruit, Drink from 2017.

 — R.V.   Published 12/31/2014
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93 points

Josmeyer 2004 Grand Cru Brand Pinot Gris (Alsace)

Packed with dense, concentrated, pure fruit, layers of flavors piled on each other. At this young stage, the dominant flavor is spice, but there is plenty of fruit hiding, which will come out as it develops. The wine is relatively sweet. Imported by Paterno Wines International.

 — R.V.   Published 2/1/2006
92 points

Josmeyer 2002 Grand Cru Brand Pinot Gris (Alsace)

A dry style, but rich. The wine has intensity and clean fruit, along with fine flavors of white berry fruits, a touch of toast, and some roasted chestnuts. A great food wine, this would go with patés or fish with sauces. Imported by Paterno Wines International.

 — R.V.   Published 2/1/2006
92 points

Josmeyer 2002 Grand Cru Hengst Pinot Gris (Alsace)

Piercing fruit aromas come through on a wine that is crisp and packed with green fruits, a touch of spice and fine acidity, which is nicely balanced by almonds and honey. Will develop over the next five years. Imported by Paterno Wines International.

 — R.V.   Published 2/1/2006
91 points

Josmeyer 2011 Le Dragon Riesling (Alsace)

Full, fragrant and very perfumed, this is a beautiful ripe wine that is already showing signs of maturity. Its fragrant white fruit flavors are touched by minerality and texture. It could still be aged for another 2–3 years. The name recalls the local legend of the dragon who fought the sun.

 — R.V.   Published 10/1/2013
91 points

Josmeyer 2004 Fondation Vieilles Vignes Pinot Gris (Alsace)

It’s dry and elegant in the mouth, with a fusion of white fruits and almond flavors. This stylish wine, named after the company founder, Jos Meyer, is delicious and balanced. Imported by Paterno Wines International.

 — R.V.   Published 2/1/2006
91 points

Josmeyer 2002 Fondation Pinot Gris (Alsace)

Here is a finely balanced wine, poised between elegance and power. It is dry, concentrated with some toastiness, but more importantly it brings together ripe fruits, flavors of spices, nutmeg and cilantro. Imported by Paterno Wines International.

 — R.V.   Published 2/1/2006
91 points

Josmeyer 2000 Grand Cru Hengst Riesling (Alsace)

The stony, mineral aromas that come forth are promising, and the palate delivers what it should: citrus, tropical fruit and lots of snappy acidity. The finish is smooth and carries on for the long haul. Deep from front to back, and generally seamless.

 — M.S.   Published 12/1/2003
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