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Willi Schaefer Graacher Domprobst Riesling Spatlese #5 2016

93 Mosel Fine Wines
94 James Suckling
(6/2017) "Great interplay of creaminess and raciness, and there's the classic cassis note of this site with a great mineral freshness. Very long and pure. Try to live clean, take regular exercise and hope you'll be around when it's fully mature."
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14999
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Willi Schaefer Graacher Domprobst Riesling Spatlese #10 2016

92 Mosel Fine Wines
94 James Suckling
(6/2017) "A moment of total clarity that will stay with you as long as you live (assuming you like it). Sleek as a marathon runner with a breathtaking herbal-mineral freshness at the finish. Has decades of potential ahead of it."
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13499
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St.Urbans-Hof "Goldtropfchen" Piesporter Ausleses Riesling 2015

95 Wine Spectator
(12/31/2016) "Plush and fruity, with concentrated red peach, melon and apricot tart flavors that are layered with plenty of rich, spicy notes. Plush creaminess lingers with unctuous honeyed accents on the finish. Drink now through 2028. 200 cases made."
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5799
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Peter Lauer "Fass 12" Unterstenberg Mosel Riesling 2015

91 Vinous, David Schildknecht
92 Mosel Fine Wines
(6/2016) "This offers ample and inviting scents of kumquat, grapefruit, yellow peach and dried herbs on the nose. The wine is smooth and elegant on the palate, where more minerals blend beautifully well into yellow fruits and herbs. The finish is smooth and intense without ever being over-powering. This hugely gains from airing as it sheds its initial touch of CO2 and gains in complexity and finesse by the day, even after 10 days. This is a little masterpiece of delicately off-dry Riesling, and it is worth waiting for its maturity window. 2022-2030."
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3599
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750 ML
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St.Urbans-Hof "Goldtropfchen" Piesporter Ausleses Riesling 2015

95 Wine Spectator
(12/31/2016) "Plush and fruity, with concentrated red peach, melon and apricot tart flavors that are layered with plenty of rich, spicy notes. Plush creaminess lingers with unctuous honeyed accents on the finish. Drink now through 2028. 200 cases made."
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3599
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375 ML
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Willi Schaefer Graacher Himmelreich Riesling Spatlese 2016

93 James Suckling
93 Wine Advocate
93 Vinous, David Schildknecht
(1/2018) "Scents of ripe pear and pineapple garlanded in heliotrope set the stage for a polished, subtly creamy palate performance at once luscious, invigoratingly tangy, and loaded with seductive inner-mouth perfume. I thought the corresponding Kabinett exquisitely delicate, but this Spatlese seems virtually weightless. The lingering finish is almost like an inhalation of flowers and wet stone, save for the tingling impingement of pear skin, a faint tang of pineapple core and a nip of cress. I sense that I may be in the minority, but I perceive 2016 as one of those vintages chez Schaefer where Himmelreich gives Domprobst a very serious run for its money."
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3499
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750 ML
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Peter Lauer "Fass 8" Ayler Kupp Mosel Riesling Kabinett 2015

91+ Mosel Fine Wines
(6/2016) "This offers a delicately ample nose of yellow fruits, ginger and spices. The wine starts off on the round side before fiery acidity brings zest and vibrancy to the finish. This is refreshing, light and elegant and one magically goes for more. The tart side in the finish will disappear with a few years of bottle aging, and it could then easily warrant an even higher rating. 2025-2040."
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3399
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750 ML
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Joh. Jos. Prum Wehlener Sonnenuhr Riesling Spatlese 2012

Typical retail on this gorgeous Riesling from J.J. Prum is $46! Our price is lowest in the country!
94 Wine Advocate
(2/27/2015) "The 2012 Wehlener Sonnenuhr Riesling Spätlese (AP #17 13) is more cool and mineral/stony on the nose than the Himmelreich Spätlese, but also intensely fruity at the moment, offering ripe peach, mango and pineapple aromas and crushed chocolate. Gorgeously rich, juicy and piquant on the palate, this lush and sensual Riesling seems riper and slightly sweeter, but also more intense compared with the Himmelreich. Its persistent finish is nicely mineral and salty on the aftertaste. This is a rich and potent wine with great potential. Drink 2020 - 2050."
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3299
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750 ML
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Peter Lauer Brut Riesling Sekt 2012

92 Our Score
92 Vinous, David Schildknecht
(7/2016) "Sekt has a long tradition chez Lauer even if most of it was traditionally drunk at the family's restaurant; and to say that since Florian Lauer's arrival the family is getting more serious about this genre would be an understatement. (They're also taking advantage of recent legislation stipulating conditions under which German sparkling wine may be labeled "Crémant" rather than "Sekt.") Saar-typical apple and cherry are delivered in both fresh and distilled form on the penetrating nose, with yeast, apple pip, iodine and wet stone accents adding counterpoint and intrigue. The satiny underlying texture is allied to finely integrated mousse, and the long, refreshing finish adds alkaline and mouthwateringly saline notes to the already complex litany of nuances noted in the nose."
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2999
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750 ML
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Alfred Merkelbach Urziger Wurzgarten Riesling Spatlese #8 2016

92 Our Score
93 Vinous, David Schildknecht
(1/2018) "From old vines in the so-called Pichter, this was harvested at marginally higher must weight and lower acidity than its A.P. #5 or A.P. #6 siblings. On the nose, ripe kiwi and strawberry are subtly tinged with ground ginger and garlanded in musky, bittersweet iris perfume. The palate is delicate and silky, subtly glyceral yet brimming with fresh fruit juiciness reinforced by a squirt of lime. The superbly sustained finish offers an energetic interaction of fruity, floral and stony nuances. Drink: 2017 - 2032."
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