Are German wines the forgotten toys at the back of the cupboard? Once they were the favourites, but now they are largely ignored. If you do take them out now, you will see how they have changed – the insipid sugar-water duckling has now turned into a lean, elegant swan.
The wines now tend to be much drier. Our limited range concentrates on the light wines of the Mosel, which make perfect summer drinking, with or without food. We also have two interesting wines from further south, the Villa Wolf Pinot Blanc and Pinot Noir. These are excellent alternatives to cheaper Burgundies, if you want something just a bit different.
Refreshing and juicy with zippy acidity balancing bright flavors of pear, apricot and lime. The initial lush fruit flavors are followed by a long finish that is simultaneously fruity and tart. The off-dry style is balanced wonderfully with mouth-watering acidity
Bronze Decanter 2011
Silver IWC 2011
Silver DWWA 2010
Silver IWC 2010
Fresh aroma of apples and apricots with a hint of sage. The wine is concentrated and elegant on the palate and the finish has excellent length.
Attractive herby, savoury, mineral character to the nose which shows some lightly aromatic red cherry fruit. The palate has a smooth, elegant fruitiness with a hint of spice as well as a trace of earthy complexity. A light, attractive Pinot Noir of real character.