German wine is primarily produced in the southwest of Germany, along river Rhine and its tributaries, with the oldest plantations going back to the Roman era. Among enthusiasts, Germany’s reputation is primarily based on wines made from the Riesling grape variety, which at its best is used for aromatic, fruity and elegant white wines that range from very crisp and dry to well-balanced, sweet and of enormous aromatic concentration.
Riesling Trocken `Geyersberg` Dreissigacker
Riesling `Morstein` Dreissigacker
Riesling Trocken Johannishof Weingut Knipser - Case of 6
Riesling Trocken `Volratz 1573` Schloss Vollrads - Case of 6
Riesling Feinherb `Generations` Axel Pauly - Case of 6
Riesling Trocken `Tres Naris` Axel Pauly - Case of 6
Riesling Estate Organic Dreissigacker - Case of 6
Riesling Unplugged Weingut Tesch - Case of 6