At only 6% alcohol, this is extremely honeyed on the nose—almost caramelized in its intensity. This is amply reflected on the palate, where its flavors are ultrasweet, like melted peach preserves and honey. Lingers terrifically on the finish.
This is an exotic, flashy wine, marked by layers of ripe, sweet tropical fruit. Honey, peaches and mangoes are plump and mouthfilling, but end with elegance and finesse, making for a finely balanced wine worthy of the two-star accolade.
Easily mixes melon and slate scents on the nose, then blends in pear flavors on the palate. Just off-dry (“trocken” doesn’t necessarily mean bone- dry), with weight and body provided by relatively high (12.5%) alcohol. Turns pleasantly spicy on the finish. Imported by Magellan Wine Imports.
Has some hints of wild greens on the nose to go with more standard notes of pineapple and melon. But it’s on the palate that this wine really shines, adding flavors of apple, citrus and edible flowers, and culminating in a long, balanced finish. Imported by Magellan Wine Imports.
A light, refreshing style of kabinett, with a floral, perfumed nose, ripe fruit flavors of apple and peach, plenty of citrus for balance and even a hint of crushed stone to add complexity. It’s easy-drinking, perfect for summer sipping.
Citrusy and leesy on the nose, followed by pretty much textbook apple, pear and citrus flavors. It’s lightly sweet, medium in body, with tingly acids that keep everything balanced. Picks up some lovely bergamot notes on the finish.