Welcome to our Riesling selection. The Riesling is a great wine. Like no other grape, these wines are multifaceted and flavor rich. The northern growing areas such as Germany are particularly suitable for growing Riesling due to their climate: warm summers and cold winters allow the berries to ripen slowly. Slate soil creates a mineral note, and the steep slopes provide warmth and light incidence.
It is one of the oldest grape varieties and probably originally comes from the Rheingau, from where it found its way into all German growing areas. Today, Riesling shapes the image of German wine like no other grape variety. Riesling is available in all ways from fruity-sweet to semi dry to dry, as Kabinett and Spätlese, whereby. The spearheads of Riesling quality are undoubtedly the large plants from large sites, which can compete with all the great white wines from the best growing regions worldwide.
Stiftsweingut Frank Meyer Riesling S Kalkfels Trocken
The Stiftsweingut Frank Meyer Riesling S Kalkfels Trocken is a cheeky fresh white wine from the Rheinhessen region. The bouquet is full of peaches, apples, fruits and herbs. Under the premise of naturalness, the vines thrive on fertilized soils without additional substances. Frank Meyer notes that a vine with just a few grapes can use its strength in a targeted manner and thus produce highly flavor fruits. The wines receive their additional charm in the old monastery cellar, in which the stainless steel tanks are set up. You will also find the fresh taste in this Frank Meyer Meyers Riesling.
Kiefer Riesling Trocken
This wine from the line of the cheeky Kaiserstuhler from the Kiefer winery brings a lot of youthful, clear freshness into the glass. The flavors in the fragrance are reminiscent of light fruit and white flowers. On the palate, the wine shows spice, is fresh – as is to be expected from its grape variety blend – with fine acidity and good fruity play. An exciting drinking pleasure that has a good lingering effect. A good example is chicken, which is accompanied very differently depending on the sauce.
St. Antony Pettenthal Riesling
A lush, tangy Riesling from one of the most popular locations in Rheinhessen, if not Germany. The steep, sunny exposed region ensures a spectacular taste, pure red slate results in a spicy, intense wine. Winemaker underlines this characteristic by expanding it in wood, which gives the wine its contours and takes the fruit back a little. The result is a nice Riesling that many call their favorites of the high-quality product
Juventa Riesling Trocken
Juventa is synonymous with a gentle, freshly smelling breeze. This wine brings lightness and relaxed serenity into the glass. The cuvée from the Riesling and the very harmonious Trocken is tangy and fruity with notes of light fruits such as apricots and a nice accent. It shows youthful freshness rich in finesse on the palate. This is a wine that enriches every occasion in an uncomplicated way. The liquid side dish is an important variable in the flavor game. Especially when it defines neutral variants of meat, fish or vegetables that serve for the taste.