Gunderloch Riesling Trochen 2017

$24.00

According to the philosophy of the Hasselbach family, wine is created in the vineyards. Humans can only accompany the creation process and should intervene as little as possible. In their understanding it is never the right way to put their demands over the need of the vineyards.

93 Points Wine Spectator

 

Hugel Classic Riesling 2015

$30.90

The bouquet is discreet and fresh, it is harmonious, clear and well-stated yet quite dense and fruity with hints of lime, fresh kiwi, lemon-grass, ‘Mirabelle’, greengage and a slightly mineral edge.
This is a dry wine that is also fresh and lovingly thirst-quenching on the palate, it is well-balanced with a generous and well-formed structure underlined by the wonderful freshness and vigour which is so typical to this grape variety’s elegant temperament. The grapes are perfectly ripe.

Hugel Vendange Tardive Riesling 2011

$43.80

It has a superbly intense, dense and brilliant robe with crystalline and silver highlights. A well-stated straw-yellow combined with a range of green shades: pale green, pistachio, lime tree, young shoots of primrose in spring time; the tight legs are thick, smooth sophisticated.