The color is a light, clear, translucent garnet. Dark cherry, raspberry, and Autumn spices waft up from the glass. The mouth-feel is round and full. Tart cranberry leads, with rich black cherry playing back up. Black pepper and coffee grounds pop up as highlights. A tart red fruit sensation lingers.
Just plain delicious, this marvelous wine may give you new ideas about what can be done with Pinot Noir on the German side of the border. The nose is gorgeous, chocolate covered cherries, coffee with cream, and raspberries. Black raspberries, wild cherries, mocha, and a bright bite, acid freshness with white
Burgundy on the nose, restrained but high quality oak. Silky on palate with sophisticated tannins, refreshing acidity followed by medium+ body and slightly burning alcohol. Delivers fresh red fruit, backed by chocolate, coffee notes that reveal heavy toasting of barrels. Has the potential to age due to its dense and
While most classic wine regions of the Old World, such as Bordeaux, Rioja and Tuscany, focus on dry reds, the Rheingau, in Germany, is one of the very few classic regions producing primarily top-class white wines. These wines span sweetness levels from dry to off-dry to dessert. They are characterized
The nose is a lovely combination of asian pear, hibiscus and slate. It has more citrus on the palate, lemon, plus pears and shortbread. Jerk chicken would be a perfect match. WHO Weingut Josef Leitz WHAT 91% Riesling, 9% Spätburgunder-read more-