The Kreuznacher Piesporter Wines are sourced from small contract growers encompassing a total of 20ha. All wines are hand-harvested, machine sorted, and then made in stainless steel tanks. Temperature controlled fermentation with selected yeast.
The focus has been to work with small growers in various regions to produce a wine of exceptional value while keeping non-essential spending at a minimum, this way we can deliver the highest quality and without any sort of inflation of the pricing.
TASTING NOTES | Slate and river rocks shine along with the ripe juicy melon and tangerine flavors in this zesty delicately textured Riesling. The finish is moderately long, marked by a pleasantly waxy mineral undertone. Twenty-five year old vines planted on the south-facing hillside slopes along the Mosel River. The Blue Slate Soil and steep vineyards of the Piesporter Goldtröpfchen are known as one of the world's greatest vineyard sites for Riesling. The grapes are hand-harvested at the beginning of the picking season when the grape has developed but not completely matured. Stainless steel fermentation.
TASTING NOTES | Pristine peach, tangerine, and blossom notes form the core of this fragrant fruity Riesling. Balanced in sweetness and reverberating with acidity, it's an exceptional value for such a juicy satisfying sip. Capture its youthful exuberance now through 2022. Twenty year old vines planted on the south-facing hillside slopes along the Mosel River. The Blue Slate Soil and steep vineyards of the Piesporter Goldtröpfchen are known as one of the world's greatest vineyard sites for Riesling. The grapes are hand-harvested at the point of “Spätlese” - also known as 'Late Harvest'. These Single Vineyard Rieslings have fully developed and are highly concentrated and exceptionally complex. Stainless steel fermentation.
TASTING NOTES | Purity and precision abound in this exceptionally light-footed sweet Riesling. It's buoyantly fruity, bolstered by waves of ripe white peach, pear, and yellow plum flavors. The finish feels edged by a fine filigree of lime acidity. Drink now through 2026 to capture its youthful exuberance. The grapes are hand-harvested at the point of “Auslese” - also known as 'Select Harvest'. These Single Vineyard Rieslings have fully matured and are sometimes affected by Botrytis - Noble Rot. These highly complex, highly concentrated wines almost always have a very low yield. Stainless steel fermentation.