Paulinshof feinherb

2017 Kestener Herrenberg Riesling Kabinett feinherb ›

2017 Vom roten Schiefer Riesling
89Punkte (falstaff Weinguide 2019)

2017 Kestener Paulinshofberger Riesling feinherb ›
The 2017er Kestener Paulinshofberger feinherb was fermented down to 18 g/l residual sugar, i.e. fully off-dry levels. It develops a quite aromatic and ripe nose of apricot, pear, honey, quince, anise, smoke and nutmeg. The wine is quite juicy on the palate, where an underlying feel of sweetness coupled with low acidity makes for a rather round experience. Flavors of honey, orange and pineapple are slightly freshened up in the after-taste by a kick of grapefruit. While being already quite enjoyable, this off-dry Riesling will really only develop ist full potential in a few years. 90+points (Mosel Fine Wines, oct 2018)

2016/17 Trittenheimer Apotheke Riesling Spätlese feinherb ›
Eine satte, exotische Gelbfrucht, Ananas, Mango, fast schon Auslese, aber sehr klar. Weit gefasster Gaumen, die Süße hebt die Frucht hervor, feste aber reife Säure, viel Saft und Spiel, feine mineralische Tönung im kraftvollen Bau, langer Abgang. 92Punkte (falstaff Weinguide 2019)
The 2017er Trittenheimer Apotheke Spätlese comes from a prime parcel still planted with over 70 year-old vines situated above the former railways station, in the heart of the vineyard. It was fermented down to 18g/l, i.e. off-dry levels rather fruity-styled Levels. The nose starts off with some smoke and Anise before revealing ripe scents of tagerine, litchi, honeyed peach, canned pineapple and almond paste. The wine proves on the creamy and smooth side before it firms up and gains presence and power (this Spätlese has 12% of alcohol). The finish offers some herbal notes yet the Overall Feeling is one of sweetness and mild acidity. This is best left alone for a few more years in order for the sweetness to integrate into the wine. (Mosel Fine Wines, oct 2018)

2016/17 Brauneberger Kammer Riesling Spätlese feinherb ›
The 2017er Brauneberger Kammer Spätlese is fermented down to 19 g/l of residual sugar. It offers a stunning nose of ginger, grapefruit, cassis, flowers and herbs. The wine proves remarkably well balanced and nicely sizzled on the palate, where more mineral elements come into play with some delicately creamy fruits. The fininsh is zesty, elegant and full of grace. The great off-dry Riesling in the making will only show ist full potential after some bottle age. 92 Points (Mosel Fine Wines, june 2018)