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2018 Qvinterra Riesling [06 19] (KUHL14218A)
From five separate villages around Bodenheim, all with red slate soils. There is a pronounced minerality to balance the fresh citrus fruit, giving a pleasing angular note to this fine balanced wine, as well as a salty kick on the finish.
2017 Qvinterra Scheurebe [08 18] (KUHL16217A)
A lovely example of Scheurebe: typical pithy grapefruit and peach flavours pair with bright pure lemon acidity and a long dry finish.
2018 Oppenheim Riesling [29 19] (KUHL20218A)
From the Sackträger vineyard, a site classified as GG, but not declared as such because the estate wishes all its GGs to come from the red slopes overlooking the Rhine. Limestone-rich soils give a gentle wine with lemon and orange notes, pithy mineral flavours and a long generous finish.
2017 Oppenheim Riesling [29 18] (KUHL20217A)
From the Sacktr?ger vineyard, a site classified as GG, but not declared as such because the estate wishes all their GGs to come from the red slopes overlooking the Rhine. Limestone-rich soils give a lemony, pure and lively wine with smooth intensity and a flourish of minerality on the finish.
2018 Nackenheim Riesling [31 19] (KUHL24218A)
From ungrafted vines in the Rothenberg GG vineyard. This is an intense taut wine with lemon and citronella notes, a gentle minerality and excellent grip on a finish that is far longer than it should be at this level.
2017 Nackenheim Riesling (KUHL24217A)
A complex mix of pithy citrus, pear elements and smoke make up the fruit component here, balanced by ripe acidity and a crisp lemony finish.
2016 Nackenheim Riesling [23 17] (KUHL24216A)
Breathtakingly fresh ripe citrus and orchard fruit are driven by slatey mineral flavours to a long finish.
2018 Ölberg GG [50 19] (KUHL34218A)
The south-east orientation of the Ölberg ensures a lot of sun, giving an open, elegant wine with fine yellow fruit and a salty richness building to a long melting finish.
2017 Ölberg GG [42 18] (KUHL34217A)
The south-east orientation of the Ölberg ensures a lot of sun, which gives a rich, rounded wine, and is also exposed to wind, which keeps the wines fresh. Oliver Spanier has made an elegant, vibrant wine with mint and citrus notes and an energetic, powerful finish.
2018 Pettenthal GG [52 19] (KUHL36218A)
A dense, smoky linear wine with lovely definition: clear red and ripe yellow fruit, bright citrus flavours, a cooling green herbal note and a long salty oak-tinged finish.
2018 Hipping GG [51 19] (KUHL38218A)
A smoky, floral nose - mainly orange blossom - leads to explosive orchard fruit with racy citrus acidity and a melting core of fine stony salty fruit.
2017 Hipping [43 18] (KUHL38217A)
A gorgeously elegant wine, packed with very fine citrus and peach fruit, intense salty minerality and very long energetic finish. The lightness of touch is incredible - a magical wine!
2016 Hipping [36 17] (KUHL38216A)
A typically reductive ?Prüm? nose from uncompromising spontaneous fermentation but underneath, the wine is a stunner. The vineyard is one of the most famous in Nierstein, and it lends characteristic weight, but this has an energy that keeps all its elements taut and clear. There is an abundance of zingy pure stone-fruit, minerals and a breathtaking elegance on the long finish. Drink 2021 ? 2031
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