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2012 Urban (Weingut St. Urbans) Hof Nik Weis Selection Riesling (Germany) $9.99
Nik Weis, owner and winemaker of Germany’s renowned St. Urbans-Hof Weingut has sourced the best quality wines from neighboring vineyards to produce URBAN RIESLING, a new wine with traditional roots. “Brilliant fruit and Mosel-slate mineral flavors, lively acidity, and ripe floral aromas. Delicious on its own, or a perfect accompaniment to light or spicy dishes.”
2012 Selbach Riesling “Incline” (Germany) $11.99
“The Selbach ‘Incline’ was produced by Johannes Selbach to simply outshine all Mosel Rieslings at, or near, its price point. The name Incline was chosen to honor the impossibly steep sloped terroir of the Mosel from which these grapes are grown. Vinified in stainless steel, with just a hint of residual sugar, this wine vividly represents all that Mosel wine should be – Fruity with vibrant acidity, clarity, and precision; all highlighted by intense slate-driven minerality. As an introduction to what one can gleam from great Mosel wine, Selbach’s ‘Incline’ is incredible. You may find the “Doctor” has been dosing you with the wrong medicine.”
2012 Wagner Stempel Estate Riesling Trocken (Germany) $14.99
“Ripe citrus and glazed apricot flavors give this good lift, showing plenty of minerality midpalate. Very spicy on the crisp finish, with lingering notes of lemon curd. Drink now through 2017.”- Wine Spectator
2012 St. Urbans-Hof Wiltinger Estate Riesling QBA (Germany) $14.99
Lovely aromas of apricot, lemon and mint. Bright peach pit fruit is animated by bracing acidity. This crisp, attractively dry-ish riesling finish with very good clear, spicy length.
2011 St. Urbans-Hof Wiltinger Alte Reben Kabinett (Germany) $18.99
Yellow plum, licorice and brown spices on the nose. Creamy, deep tropical fruit flavor with hints of honeysuckle on the palate. It shows excellent concentration, with vibrant mineral salts keeping the palate fresh.
2012 Robert Weil Estate Riesling Tradition (Germany) $19.99
“The philosophy at Weingut Robert Weil is to combine modern ideas with the long tradition of viticulture in the Rheingau. This wine is a case in point: It’s the estate’s classic rendition of the traditional off-dry style that made the Rheingau famous. The Riesling Tradition is a cuvée from parcels that neighbor the estate’s top vineyard sites in Kiedrich. The Riesling Tradition has a complex, enveloping aroma of lush fruits, with a hint of sandalwood. It is full and juicy on the palate, with a spicy acid crackle and a long, tingling finish.”
2008 Joh.Jos. Prum Graacher Himmelreich Kabinett (Germany) $26.99
“Subtle floral aromas of peach skin and acacia blossom. Bright, slightly tart apple fruit shows a refreshing, persistent acidity. An invigorating, elegantly balanced wine with persistent slate on an appealing finish.” 90 Points Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar
2007 Joh.Jos. Prum Wehlener Sonnenuhr Kabinett (Germany) $27.99
“Delicate aromas of cherry, apple blossom and sweet herbs. Firm apricot pit flavor, with a nice balance of sweetness and acidity to frame the palate. The elegant finish features persistent slate minerality. An excellent kabinett.” 90 Points Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar
2012 Robert Weil Estate Riesling Spatlese Tradition (Germany) $36.99
“Very firm, with plenty of savory accents to the mineral, gooseberry and lemon-lime notes. Lavender accents chime in on the fresh and crunchy finish, lingering with hints of citrus zest and green basil. Drink now through 2032.” 91 Points Wine Spectator
2011 Joh.Jos Prum Graacher Himmelreich Spatlese (Germany) $36.99
“Features a savory aroma, with flavors to match, showing good acidity to the juicy apple, pear and white currant flavors. Curry notes extend on the finish, displaying plenty of cream. Powerfully structured and deep with spice. Drink now through 2032. 93 Points Wine Spectator
1992 Schloss Schonborn Hattenheim Nussbrunnen Auslese (Germany) $49.99
Just what you want from an Auslese: ripe, fruity aromas, a smooth, viscous texture, and a lingering, honeyed, but crisp finish. With its nice ageing, it also adds hints of caramel and butterscotch to the wonderful palate. It is at a perfect stage right now. It is concentrated and distinctive with a long, lush finish.