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    2020 Norris Ribbon Ridge Dry Riesling

    “This 2020 Dry Riesling from Norris Vineyards is something I am truly excited to share with you. I met the Mckinley family about two years ago now, and have been looking forward to the release of this wine ever since. This wine has everything I am looking for; namely that green apple crunch that I typically can’t find in domestic versions of this grape. The care and precision that went into this wine is unparalleled.” – Lexi Jones, Director of Imports

    Organic farming practices and only 213 cases produced.

    $35.00
  • 2020 Dönnhoff Estate Dry Riesling

    If you like Sauvignon Blanc, give this a try! This is an incredible bottle of wine from a legendary German producer. This Riesling is DRY, fresh, and noted with hints of white pepper on the finish that can be attributed to the volcanic soils of the hilly vineyards that line the river Nahe.

    This is our ‘gaux-to pick for a movie and take-out kind of night. Pickup some sushi or Thai food and have yourself a night.

    $27.00
  • 2020 Von Winning Paradiesgarten Riesling Trocken

    Von Winning is creating some of the best dry Rieslings coming out of Germany today. This bottle in particular opens up with an aromatic bouquet and leads to a dry, refreshing, and citrus-driven palate with a smooth mouthfeel and long finish. Produced using organic farming practices, native yeasts, and bottled unfined. 

    Like your Rieslings dry? Look for the word Trocken on German bottlings, which means dry in German.

    $39.00
  • NV Weingut Leitz Eins Zwei Zero Sparkling Wine (Non-Alcoholic)

    Finally, we have found a non-alcoholic wine that has flavor, minerality, acid and texture. This isn’t just sparkling water – it’s a sparkling wine with a sense of place that just happens to have 0.0% ABV.

    Certified sustainable viticulture by FAIR’N GREEN, a recognized system for sustainability in Germany, covering areas of environmental protection and social responsibility. 

    $25.00
  • 2018 Willi Schaefer Graacher Himmelreich Riesling Spätlese

    Schaefer is absolutely, without question, one of the greatest producers in Germany. This is a benchmark for the Mosel and the wines are coveted not just by collectors, but by other growers.  

    The nose is aromatic with hints of lime blossom, honeysuckle, green pear and a mineral, flinty smokiness. The palate is insanely pure and complex with some mid-palate tension and a long finish of honey and key lime pie.

    This is perfect with Asian food or anything with a little spice. This is also a go-to for Thanksgiving Dinner.

    $58.00
  • 2009 Domaine Bohn AOC Alsace Lieu-Dit Schieferberg Chapelle Oberhagel Riesling

    Forget what you thought you knew about Riesling. This natural, skin-contact expression from Domaine Bohn shows a whole ‘nother side of what the variety can do – and now with over ten years of age on it, a brand new layer of complexity is settling in. 

    Orange wine lovers, this is a one-of-a-kind tasting experience. Due to its age and natural vinification, we recommend decanting before enjoying. 

    $50.00

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