Blasts from the glass with intense apple and mineral aromas, followed by full-bodied (but not heavy) flavors on the palate. Picks up a hint of anise in the mouth, then finishes long, with lingering notes of fruit and mineral oil. This explosive wine is drinking well already, but should age gracefully over at least the next 5–7 years. Imported by Maisons Marques &…
Golden in color and oily in the nose, with aromas of pineapple, almond extract and petrol. Texture is what this wine offers in spades, that and full pineapple, melon and green apple flavors. Very balanced and offering the right mix of richness, acids and ripe flavors.
As the owner of more vineyards than any other Alsace producer, Schlumberger lords it over Guebwiller in the south of the region. This Riesling from the Saering vineyard is already showing petrol aromas, and the palate has lost some youthful acidity, replacing it with a light sweetness, flavors of currants and even peaches. There is acidity, though, and this…
This wine will suit those who are drawn to Riesling’s food-pairing genius but don’t want the explosion of fruit this variety normally provides. The nose is mineral-driven with aromas of beeswax while the palate is quite austere and finishes with a dry, acidic kick.
Lighter texture with a clean, citrusy finish, this is a simple quaff made for easy enjoyment. Full of ripe lemon, Granny Smith apple and stone-dust minerality with just a hint of under ripe nectarine.
Light, lemony and fairly simple, but all the time fresh and friendly. Tart applealong with honey and lychee carry the palate into a balanced, mouthfilling finish that delivers more texture than flavor. Shows true Gewürz character but not full-force flavor.