‘Cordon Cut’ refers to the unusual practice of cutting the canes allowing the grapes to ‘raisin’ naturally on the vine, concentrating flavour and sugar levels. 2020 is another outstanding vintage for Mount Horrocks. The wine is a bright, pale white gold colour with concentrated lemon-lime and vanilla spice. The juicy fruit washes over a vibrant mineral acidity that ensures it finishes bright, fresh and clean. Oh so moreish!
Tons of floral honey, ripe grapefruit and candied ginger make this concentrated and succulent riesling Spätlese really stand out of the crowd in this field. So much candied citrus on the rich yet cool and refined palate. The finish is both lush and very mineral. From biodynamically grown grapes with Respekt certification. Drink or hold. […]Add to cart Producer: Clemens Busch
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An absolutely stunning wine, and if your perception of Auslese is as a sweet or dessert wine, then you need to taste this. There’s sweetness to be sure, but it is entirely in the shade of volumes of fruit, herbs and minerals. White cherry, green mango, nougat, gardenia, citrus, nectarine and white peach. Breathtaking purity, […]Read more Producer: Fritz Haag
The Römerstich location is Marcus Hees’ top Auen location. The 35-50 year old vines grow at an altitude of 280 metres on the typical slate-weathered soils of the region. Spontaneous fermentation, maturation 50% in stainless steel and 50% in the 500 litre Tonneau and 1200 litre Stockinger Fuder. The Rieslings from Römerstich are somewhat more generous and expressive than those […]Add to cart Producer: Hees
From the Coal River Valley; made by Sam Connew. Acidity is the secret to all things sweet, and the cool 2021 harvest was idyllic for wines of this ilk. Pale straw green; it leaps from the glass with brilliant purity of white lily fragrance, Granny Smith apple, lime and lemon. Not a molecule out of […]Add to cart Producer: Pressing Matters