Wines of

Tasting notes

Wechsler Riesling

As is the case with all good Riesling, this is wonderfully aromatic with notes of pink grapefruit and ripe peach alongside intriguing salty, yeasty minerality. The palate is loaded with well-integrated acidity and adds juicy apricot and Gala apple character.

90 – John Szabo
90 – Michael Godel

Wechsler Weisser Burgunder

A wine made for gastronomy, this is both serious and playful at once. Aromas of white blossom, apricot and peach abound. The palate is mid-weight, nicely textured and dry, with a slight nuttiness added on the finish.

90 – John Szabo
89 – Michael Godel

Manz Silvaner

Dry and flavourful Silvaner from Rheinnhessen. Aromas of ripe apple and peach alongside streaky minerality.

91 – David Lawrason
91 – Michael Godel
90 – John Szabo

Huls Riesling Feinherb

Loaded with intense aromatics of grapefruit, passion fruit and yellow plum. The palate is off-dry, round and beautifully textured. Complex, yet easy and delicious.

92 – David Lawrason
90 – John Szabo

Matthias Gaul Pinot Noir Asselheim

An elegant and mineral-inflected Pinot Noir. Highly aromatic, leaning towards darker fruit notes like blackcurrant and black cherry. The palate adds a mineral freshness with ripe, soft tannins and bright acidity.

92 – Michael Godel
90 – John Szabo