Category Archives: German wines

Tasting notes: Schloss Johannisberg Riesling Spatlese – Grünlack – Rheingau – 2009

“Spatlese” is one of Germany’s late harvest vines. As a result of late harvest, inevitably the wine has a sweeter structure. The producer of this “Spatlese” from 2009 vintage is the one who owns historically the creation of this style … Continue reading

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Tasting notes: Krug’scher Hof – Rheinhessen Eiswein 2007– Spatburgunder (Pinot Noir)

This Icewine was produced by 100% Pinot Noir grapes (in German they call “Spatburgunder”). Icewines are produced from the grapes that have been frozen on the vines and harvested during winter time… So there is a real effort for the production … Continue reading

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