Our Favorite German Rieslings

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RP9393 pts. - Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate - 9th Dec 2021
Coming from 80- to 90-year-old vines, the 2020 Elisenberger Riesling Spätlese is based on the last grapes harvested by Team MFR, with still moderate must weight. Fermented 100% in casks, this wine shows a clear but still reductive nose with ripe, intense and elegant fruit aromas as well as flint notes. On the palate, this is still an extremely young, vital and tensioned Riesling with ripe and juicy fruit but still many restrictions and serious grip. Promising but far too young to be fairly rated, two-thirds of the 2020 was fermented in casks and one-third in steel. 7.5% stated alcohol. Natural cork. Tasted from AP 1921 in November 2021. (Stephan Reinhardt)

Germany | Mosel

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Clean Slate Riesling

2022 / 750 ml.

Item #: 29045

Germany | Mosel

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Oh… Schist! Riesling

2022 / 750 ml.

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Germany | Mosel

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Our Favorite German Rieslings | WineTransit.com

While there are many regions now making great Rieslings, many of the world's best and most famous Rieslings still come from Germany, where it originated. Here are a few of our favorite German Rieslings.