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Weingut Knauss "Zero" Wurttemberg Pinot Noir (2019) Brut 2013

93 Our Score
(3/2019) This special release from Weingut Knauss' 2013 Pinot Noir Brut "Zero" spent extra time on the lees compared to the last release and was recently disgorged in 2019. Wow, did that extra time add some serious complexity! The wine is bright and very well balanced, with a full-bodied mouthfeel, crisp and clean orchard fruits, deep minerality and an outstanding, crazy-long finish. Grab this highly limited sparkler now while you can and stash a bottle or two for your next New Year's Eve party!
$
3999
Discount:
750 ML
Available:
~21 bottlesCheck all Stores
$
3699
Discount:
750 ML
Available:

Weingut Knauss "Zero" Wurttemberg Schwarzriesling Brut 2015

90+ Our Score
(3/2019) The sparkling wines from Knauss are among the best we've ever had from Germany. His "Zero" line equated to zero sulfur added and zero dosage. This gorgeous release from the warm 2015 vintage is 100% Schwarzriesling (Pinot Meunier) and chock-full of ripe, candied red toned fruits, bright acid and earthy minerality. It is barrel fermented and spends three years on the lees. Only five cases made it to Illinois. Jump on this one quickly!
$
2899
Discount:
750 ML
Available:
~24 bottlesCheck all Stores

Weingut Knauss "Pur" Wurttemberg Trollinger 2017

90+ Our Score
(8/2018) And Knauss has been one of the forerunners in establishing Swabia as a serious wine growing region. His latest releases highlight just why. He has expanded his "Without All" line (wine made with absolutely zero additions, altering, sulfur, or pretty much anything. Grapes without all the other stuff), now calling it "Pure" and bottling multiple varietals. His Trollinger is what started it all and is light, possessing intense energy and verve. A slight dusting of tannins complements the vivd fruit. A really unique showing that is all at once playful yet serious. Clocking in at just 10% ABV this can go down sneaky fast.
$
2199
Discount:
750 ML
Available:
Out of stock

Weingut Beurer Wurttemberg Riesling Trocken 2017

90+ Our Score
(5/2019) Jochen Beurer, a former BMX biker champion, has been turning out some of the best examples of dry (trocken) German Riesling from his small, certified biodynamic estate in the far souther reaches of Germany. His wines are incredibly precise and focused and this basic bottling of Riesling from the 2017 vintage is a stunning wine in the sub-$20 price category. A mix of fresh anjou pear, just-picked peaches and zested citrus lead into a serious depth of minerality with a whiff of smoke. Pair this bright and racy white with anything spicy, or as Jochen likes to do, pair it with breakfast!
$
1899
Discount:
750 ML
Available:
Out of stock

La Boutanche Wurttemberg Trollinger Trocken 2018 1.0 LT

90 Our Score
(5/2019) Trollinger, like revenge, is a dish best served cold (or at least chilled). Bottled under importer Selection Massale's private label "La Boutanche," German winemaker Andi Knauss uses the Trollinger grape (aka Schiava in Italy) to produce a light bodied and slightly tart wine perfect for quaffing on a summer day. Notes of bing cherry, tart raspberry, cranberry and a hint of lemon rind sing while the lively acidity and subtle grip lend it to pair with about anything you'd eat at a picnic. Put a few of these fun 1-Liter supersize bottles on ice and get ready to take it easy.
$
1599
Discount:
1.0 LT
Available:
~105 bottlesCheck all Stores
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