Weingut Wittmann en primeur

Back to producer list Grower profile 2017 was not short of challenges. April frosts were followed by a wet summer, and then a hailstorm took out large chunks of the Morstein and Absterde. The wines are more structured and full-bodied than the 2016s, and lower yields have given great density.

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White

2018 Riesling [06 19] (WITT24218A)
Sourced from the limestone soils of Westhofen, there is round ripe citrus-laden fruit with a creamy note, but also good definition from crisp acidity and a fine salty finish.
6 Bottle - 75cl £51.00
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2018 Gundersheimer [13 19] (WITT32218A)
From young vines in a promising vineyard next to Morstein, but higher and more exposed. It was harvested last, and is restrained and firm, with pure fine minerality, pure citrus fruit and a salty finish.
6 Bottle - 75cl £78.00
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2018 Westhofener [14 19] (WITT34218A)
Young vines entirely from Morstein give a wine of melting elegance, with clear yellow fruit and a cool green note, leading to a juicy salty finish.
6 Bottle - 75cl £90.00
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2018 Niersteiner [15 19] (WITT36218A)
So rapidly do vines in the red slate soils of Nierstein ripen that this was harvested a full ten days before the Morstein GG. The grapes are sourced from young vines in the Orbel and Ölberg vineyards, whose red slate soils give ? guess what ? red fruit. There is lots of spice, power and depth here, with fresh acidity and a broad salty finish.
6 Bottle - 75cl £90.00
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