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GunderlochBeerenauslese "Messidor"
Riesling from Rheinhessen, Germany
Great little dessert wine in half bottles! This B.A. or Beerenauslese (specially selected berries which are concentrated by botrytis) is blended from Gewürztraminer, Müller-Thurgau and Riesling. Wines like this are some of the rarest and most labor-intensive bottlings made in the world. Pale gold...

Koehler-RuprechtChardonnay Spätlese Trocken Annaberg
Chardonnay from Pfalz, Germany
The Annaberg is known to hardcore German wine fans as the birthplace of Scheurebe, but its south-facing slope of rich, dark soils inflected with sand and chalk also turns out to be prime ground for Chardonnay. Dominik farms this organically and matures the wine without bâtonnage in old oak barrels...

DoppelcheckDry Riesling
Riesling from Rheingau, Germany
The wine is a single-vineyard selection from Lorcher Seligmayer, a steep slope located just where the Rhine river exits the Rheingau region and turns north toward the Mittelrhein. The grapes grow in hillside vineyards of stony slate and quartzite, which help capture and retain heat in this...

Weingut FürstElbling Dry
Elbling from Mosel, Germany
Elbling is enjoying a small renaissance among German importers these days... but we’ve had this grape in our back pocket for years. A great old Germanic wine grape with a long history traceable to imperial Roman times, it was Germany's most cultivated variety until the early 20th century. Today its...

GunderlochFritz's Dry Rosé
Portugieser from Rheinhessen, Germany
Eighty-five percent Portugieser and fifteen percent Pinot Meunier. Closed with a screwcap. A lovely pale salmon color w/ luminous clarity. Dry on the palate with subtle flavors of strawberries and apricots, and keenly balanced at twenve and a half percent alcohol. It’s a perfect sipper, picnic...

GunderlochFritz's Riesling
Riesling from Rheinhessen, Germany
22g/l RS, 8g acid, 11.5% alc. Vivacious, fruity, off-dry Riesling named in honor of Johannes' father, world-renowned winemaker Fritz Hasselbach at the Gunderloch winery. This grows in a very small and special part of Rheinhessen called the Roter Hang meaning the “red hill”. Located between the...

GunderlochFritz's Riesling
Riesling from Rheinhessen, Germany
A feinherb or "off-dry" style (around 20-25g/l RS depending on the vintage) named in honor of Johannes' father, world-renowned winemaker Fritz Hasselbach at the Gunderloch winery. This grows in a very small and special part of Rheinhessen called the Roter Hang meaning the “red hill”. Located...

Borell-DiehlGewürztraminer Kabinett
Gewürztraminer from Pfalz, Germany
40g/l residual sugar, 5g acidity, 10.5% alcohol. Estate-grown from 25+ year old vines on limestone-loess soils and vinified in steel. Deep-fruited, sweet, joyful, varietally true Pfalzer Gewürz full of tea roses and pink grapefruit. Picked at a whopping 105 degrees oechsle (that's low Auslese...

Gertie & MaxGutedel
Chasselas from Baden, Germany
The Gutedel grape, also known as Chasselas, is a local specialty in Germany, Switzerland and Alsace. Its home turf in Germany is the tiny sub-region of Markgraflerland located within Baden, Germany's warmest growing region. It sits at the edge of the Black Forest which protects the area from...

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Kabinett Estate
Riesling from Mosel, Germany
"Redolent of ripe peaches and cream, this features lightly spiced notes of dried apricot and pear. Pastry accents grace the soft finish. Drink now." -WS Plump, easy-going and friendly, like a puppy that wants to play with you and your food. Sourced from across von Hovel’s 13ha+ of estate holdings,...

Borell-DiehlMüller-Thurgau Trocken
Müller-Thurgau from Pfalz, Germany
Müller-Thurgau was created in Switzerland in the 19th century as a hardy, early-ripening grape for table wines. It is now the most widely grown grape in Germany. Borell-Diehl makes it in the classic style: fresh, crisp, limey, and ridiculously easy to drink. A modest 12% alcohol with great acids...

KleinOrange Utan
White Blend from Mosel, Germany
65% Riesling from the Kröver Steffensberg; 35% Muskateller from the Kröver Paradies. Very long fermentation (including some carbonic maceration) and aging on the skins for six months in large casks is followed by bottling without filtration or addition of SO2. The wine has a hazy apricot color with...
Koehler-RuprechtPinot Noir Kabinett Trocken
Pinot Noir from Pfalz, Germany
Sourced from a mix of sites in Kallstadt and one vineyard in Bad Dürkheim (planted to Pinot Noir in 2008) where the soils here are light and sandy. The grapes were handpicked, destemmed and fermented in stainless steel; pressed after 4-6 weeks and aged for two years in one new "Doppelstück"  (2400L...

Koehler-RuprechtPinot Noir Rosé Kabinett Trocken
Pinot Noir from Pfalz, Germany
100% Pinot Noir grown organically in limestone; 100% press-juice vinified in 2500L double stück casks with a short soak, no malolactic. At 12.5% alcohol and about 6.5 grams of acidity, this delightful rosé is light in color with lip-smacking freshness and fruit.   
Borell-DiehlPinot Noir Trocken
Pinot Noir from Pfalz, Germany
Best vintage yet of this exquisitely fruity, silken textured, dry Spätburgunder from the sunny Pfalz. Hand-harvested from estate-owned sites composed of sandstone, muschelkalk and loess; tank-fermented and aged in large, neutral (3+yrs old) French oak barrels. This is Pinot in a modern, easy style...

LeinerPinot Noir Trocken "Handwerk"
Spätburgunder from Pfalz, Germany
The Leiner Pinot Noir “Handwerk” is grown biodynamically in a mix of bundsandstein (colored sandstone) and alluvial soils on gentle slopes protected from inclement weather by the nearby Pfalzerwald (Pfalz forest). Harvested at low yields of 60hl/ha, fermented naturally and aged 9 months in neutral...
Gertie & MaxRegent
Chasselas from Baden, Germany
Regent was created in Germany in 1967 by crossing Diana, a Silvaner x Müller-Thurgau cross (both Vitis Vinifera), with the hybrid Chambourcin (Vitis Vitaceae, a French-American hybrid). First cultivated for winemaking in 1996, it is today Germany's 12th most planted variety and among the most...

KleinRiesling "Papa Panda's Rising"
Riesling from Mosel, Germany
12% alc, 6.3g/l acid, 0.7g/l residual sugar, fermented in two Mosel füders (1,000L each) until August then put straight into bottle after malolactic fermentation ended. Left unfiltered and no SO2 added. One füder was from Enkircher Steffensberg and one from Kröv Letterlay vineyards. This wine is...
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Clemens BuschRiesling (alter-) Native
Riesling from Mosel, Germany
A new cuvée! Previously this all went to Quebec, but we will get some for NY this year. Grown in grey slate on the Marienburg. Spontaneously fermented, macerated extra time on the skins, then matured 15 months on the lees in Clemens’ big old (50+yr) German oak barrels. Unfiltered and unfined. A...
MüllerRiesling Auslese Krettnacher Euchariusberg
Riesling from Mosel, Germany
80g RS, 10.4g of acid. Harvested at 94° Oechsle with a touch of bortytis in the exceptional Gross Schock section of the vineyard. Vinified in steel. Cool, clean style teeming with mint and florals.
GunderlochRiesling Auslese Nackenheimer Rothenberg
Riesling from Rheinhessen, Germany
90g/l RS, 9g acid, 7% alc. There was botrytis in this vintage, but at Gunderloch it was the dry, clean kind that winemakers love. Tasted upon release, it showed extremely pale and pretty with great juiciness and lift--atypical for a Rhine Auslese. Sweet lemon tea notes play around the edges. A wine...