Great producers make great wines and here are three of the best ‘entry-level’ German Rieslings.
Two Mosel Rieslings – the Fritz Haag (a feinherb, or just off dry) and Julian Haart’s incredibly layered dry Riesling – two different expressions from the same vintage and region. The former from an established and famous estate, the later from the most promising young talent to emerge in the Mosel in the last 15 years.
Then a Josef Leitz dry Riesling from the Rheingau. Leitz is not as familiar in Australia as in Europe, but remarkable doesn’t cover it and his wines are full of energy and expression, dripping with the richest, purest fruit.
An excellent way to enjoy three different expressions of German Riesling!