Weingut Peter Lauer en primeur

Back to producer list Grower profile 2017 was a challenge, but ultimately very rewarding. Frost damage to the early bud break was mitigated by vigorous secondary bud growth, but rot problems in September greatly reduced yields. Painstaking work in the vineyard and rigorous selection of individual bunches and even berries resulted in clean, rich and balanced wines. Thanks to the heavy rain in August, the vines sucked up more matter from the soil, meaning that they have very high dry extracts, and are full of flavour. An onset of botrytis in October produced a stunning range of late harvest wines.

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White

2019 Kupp Fass 18 GG [18 20] (LAUE32219A)
Still, duty calls. No hardship when you taste something as good as this. Kupp usually needs time to show its best, but this one is very forward. There is still a touch of austerity: the minerality though fine, is powerful and very present, but there is an abundance of ripe fruit â?? juicy citrus, pears and spice to balance it. The finish is long and full of mineral heat. A quite outstanding effort that will run and run.
6 Bottle - 75cl £132.00
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2019 Schonfels Fass 11 GG [11 20] (LAUE34219A)
A smooth, flowing wine with ripe citrus and fine flint flavours, fresh green notes and a pronounced saltiness on the finish. I have tasted this wine three times and was so taken by it that it was difficult to move on to the next one. Quite delicious.
6 Bottle - 75cl £132.00
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2019 Saarfeilser Fass 13 GG [13 20] (LAUE36219A)
A floral, almost musky nose of roses and citronella; on the palate it is soft, smooth and rich, there are green notes, and a lovely fine mineral seam on the long pithy citrus and spice finish.
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