Thursday, February 20, 2020

Dry German Value Rieslings

This is a very brief report on some dry value Rieslings worth looking at from Germany and Austria.

2017 Wittmann 100 Huegel: green apple, fruity, but dry (89 points)

2018 Christmann Estate: citrus, attractive acidity and fresh finish (91 points)

2017 Heymann-Lowenstein Schieferterassen: attractive slate and earthy flavours, good acidity (93 points)

2017 Georg Breuer Ruedesheim: fuller mouthfeel, but good energy (93 points)

2016 FX Pichler Burgstall Federspiel: dry, flavour a bit non-descript, but good structure and long finish (92 points)

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