Rhine Valley Rieslings – Rheingau / Rheinhessen - A look into the Bauhaus wine cellar
Robert Weil Kiedricher Gräfenberg GG 2015
A Grand Cru from German soil, the finest dry wine the estate hast to offer. With complex, nuanced structure and minerality, a weighty powerhouse, with provocative fruit aromas and a profound depth. A Grand dry Riesling that embodies the exceptional and distinctive qualities of its terroir, and one which will continue to age and develop for decades to come.
Robert Weil Kabinett 2015
High mineral tones, cut a clear edge through this bristling, honey flavoured Kabinett. Equal parts sweet and tart with notes of tangerine and lemon. The low alcohol levels lend it the nuanced elegance and complexity to perfectly complement a broad range of dishes.
Robert Weil “Rheingau” Riesling trocken 2015
Bright, lively fruit, well integrated and balanced acidity and a stately Baroque body. Classic Stone fruit aromas and lush citrus flavours are woven into a refined minerality, making this the perfect wine for cuisine from Schnitzel to Thai-food.
Balthasar Ress Hattenheim Nussbrunnen GG 2012
Citrus fruits and peach dominate this Riesling on palate and nose, while there are flavours of chalk and a hint of green tea. Beautiful long finish with a moderate complexity, make this wine a must try Riesling. Aeration will benefit this wine in the first five years.
Wittmann Westhofer Kirchspiel GG 2012
Piquant, fresh and citrusy on the palate, this is a densely woven, rich and intense Wine from the “Kirchspiel” Vineyard. The Wine is very clear and fresh, combining its powerful and chalky nature with tensions, freshness, and fines, the finish is long and very promising.
Gunderloch Nackenheim Rothenberg GG 2010
2010 was a cold summer in the Rheingau, with a rainy September didn’t hurt this complex wine. High concentrations of herbs and candied citrus fruits, mixed with intense minerality and a high acidity, will let this wine age and develop for up to 20 years.