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Seehof Trocken Rheinhessen Riesling 2015

90 Our Score
(6/2016) Germany's Rheinhessen region has produced wine since the days of the Roman Empire, so it is perhaps fitting that champion charioteer Ernst Fauth would put down his reigns for the Riesling of his family's 17.5 ha vineyard. Friendly, food-oriented, and possessed of a finesse that belies its humble price, Ernst and his son Florian take a cue from Klaus Peter Keller (it helps that he's family), to focus on the clarity and elegance of both varietal and terroir. Honey, white flowers, and candied pineapple float out of the glass (there is nothing assertive about the aromatics here), while the supple and creamy palate hides mouthwatering acidity. Underripe pineapple spar with tree-ripened peaches, and fruity jalapeño (no spice in sight) drapes around a strong mineral core, while whispers of honey complement a long finish. Delicate yet no shrinking violet, drinkable yet surprisingly complex, it calls for California rolls and seafood salad, and above all, loads of sunshine.
$
1799
Discount:
750 ML
Available:
Out of stock

Seehof Rheinhessen Riesling Feinherb 2018

90 Our Score
(5/2019) Young winemaker Florian Fauth's latest release of this Feinherb is a stunner. Fruit pulled from very young vines in Grand Cru sites make this Riesling fresh yet elegant, with aromas and flavors of ripe red apple, lime zest, jasmine and ginger on an enveloping palate. Its richness, juicy acidity and subtle sweetness make it enjoyable now or a great candidate for a few years in the cellar.
$
1599
Discount:
750 ML
Available:
~53 bottlesCheck all Stores
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