This complex wine manages to combine dry minerality and sweet fruit in an interesting way. There’s a briny note similar to crushed shells on the nose, but also bright cherry aromas, while on the palate an extra note of honey creeps in, imparting sweetness and length on the finish.
Fairly priced for a Nahe Riesling, the Schloss Wallhausen spätlese offers penetrating scents of lime and minerals, garnished with touches of flowers and green apple. Despite its plumpness in the mouth, there’s an almost austere quality to the minerality, which is only slightly buffered by sweet apple and citrus flavors. Picks up the slightest hint of bitterness on…
Plump, yet buttressed by firm acidity, Wallhausen’s kabinett features strong minerality this year. My original notes on its aromas read: powdered mineral, apple, pear, mineral. Tastes like liquid rocks, with hints of green herbs. Finishes with a grapefruity flourish. Imported by Valckenberg International, Inc.