germany

MOSEL - RHEINGAU - NAHE

Bin No. preceeds wine
MOSEL
GE-271.   RK. Riesling. Qba. 2015/16. Reichsgraf Von Kesselstatt.
Peach, cassis and grapefruit fragrances. Perfect balance of sweetness and acidity. A lively and appealing Riesling.
Per Bottle £12.90                                          Per Case £154.80
GE-594.   Graacher Riesling. Trocken. Qba. 2012. Kesselstatt.
Dry with lemon, mint and flintstone. Juicy rich structure.
Per Bottle £14.70                                          Per Case £176.40
GE-595.   Kaseler Nie’chen Riesling. Kabinett. Qmp. 2009. Kesselstatt.
A harmony of sweetness, acidity, power and minerals.
Per Bottle £16.75                                          Per Case £201.00
GE-596.   Piesporter Goldtropfchen. Riesling Spatlese. Qmp. 2013. Kesselstatt.
Peaches and mango on the nose. Great harmony of fruit and acidity on the palate. An overwhelming experience with a noble sweetness.
Per Bottle £20.35                                          Per Case £244.20
GE-110.   Piesporter Michelsberg. Qba. 2017/18. Schmitt Sohne
Light, fresh and elegant. Typical crisp Mosel
Per Bottle £7.50                                            Per Case £90.00

RHEINGAU

GE-108.   Johannisberger Erntebringer. Riesling Kabinett. Qmp. 2015/17. Wagler.
A pleasantly flowery and complex wine from this most famous village.
Per Bottle £11.95                                          Per Case £143.40
GE-003.   Riesling. Fifty Degrees. Trocken. 2017/18. G.H. von Mumm.
Intensely elegant and fragrant, reminiscent of ripe peaches, green apples with a hint of citrus fruit. Crisp, lively and refreshing.
Per Bottle £10.75                                          Per Case £129.00

NAHE
GE-002    .               Schlossbockelheimer Kupfergrube Riesling. 2006. Auslese. Qmp. 
There wonderful balance between sweet fruit ripeness and acidity. A richly flavoured, elegant Riesling, showing more than a hint of botrytis.
Per Half Bottle £16.75                                 Per Case (12) £201.00
               
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