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  • 2021 Merkelbach Urziger Wurzgarten Riesling Spatlese

    Riesling and Germany’s Mosel region go hand in hand, and Merkelbach’s Spatlese expression is simply delightful. Fruit for this wine comes from vines rooted in stony, red slate soils planted on the staggering slopes of Würzgarten. At the estate, each plot is vinified separately with native yeasts and aged in large wooden barrels, so as to let the vineyards’ unique profiles speak for themselves.  

    Sustainable farming practices, family owned, native yeast fermentation, and minimal intervention.

  • 2022 Dönnhoff Estate Dry Riesling

    The Dönnhoff family roots in the Nahe region date back to 1761—meaning that the family’s been pioneering the landscapes of this magical region for over 250 years! Fruit for this wine comes from decomposed argillaceous slate soils and is vinified in a variety of steel and used oak. Zesty, refreshing, and incredibly mineral driven, this wine promises to please fans of high-acid whites everywhere (seriously, we mean it). 

    Sustainable and dry-farmed vineyards, native yeast fermentation, and minimal intervention. History and family-owned estate. Fair’n Green certified.


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