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    • Donnhoff Dry QBA 2015
    • Donnhoff Dry QBA 2015
      • £18.49
    • Stunning little wine from Nahe. Green apple, grapefruit and ripe lemon dominate the nose, as well as a stony minerality. On the palate, you should expect to find a few more yellow fruits - guava and peaches for example.
    • Dr Loosen Riesling Beerenauslese 2013 (18.7cl)
    • Dr Loosen Riesling Beerenauslese 2013 (18.7cl)
      • £18.25
    • Beerenauslese, meaning 'berry choice', is produced in the way that the name suggests. There is a massive amount of care and attention that goes into picking the grapes, as it requires the use of botrytis to dry the grapes and to improve the level of concentration. Yields of such grapes tend to be very low, but will produce one of the finest sweet wines you will ever taste. Our gift buyer, Bev, got…
    • Gunderloch Jean Baptiste Riesling Kabinett 2014
    • Gunderloch Jean Baptiste Riesling Kabinett 2014
      • £17.49
    • In 1890 the banker Carl Gunderloch purchased the "Gunderloch" manor house in Nackenheim. He also purchased property in the Rothenberg and Engelsberg vineyards which still constitutes the nucleus of the Gunderloch estate. As the story goes, he used to trek from Gundersblum, his place of birth, to his bank in Mainz. On these daily journeys he carefully observed how the sun played off the hills along…
    • Leitz Eins Zwei Dry Riesling 2012
    • Leitz Eins Zwei Dry Riesling 2012
      • £14.49
    • This entry-level, as they call it, dry Riesling comes from the talented Johannes Leitz, one of the brightest sparks of the Rheingau. And I swear it wasn't just the clever name, a play on the German for 1-2-3, that appealed. Balance is all with a dry Riesling. You need to have just the right amount of acidity to counterbalance the relatively low residual sugar. Too much and the wine tastes hard and…
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