German wines are surprisingly out of vogue in London at the moment, but we think they are some of the most delicious drinks on earth. Riesling finds its spiritual home in Germany, and it is surely one of the most noble grapes.
Styles range from bone dry, zesty trocken wines to ripe, detailed expressions from late harvest spatlese or auslese fruit - no matter what the style great Riesling is always cut with acid and profound minerality, the wines often have it in spades.
While one of our favourite grapes, Riesling is just the beginning in Germany and increasingly we are being excited by wines made from Spatburgunder, Grauburgunder, Weissburgunder, Muller-Thurgau and more.
Grower: Sybille Kuntz
Region: Mosel, Germany
Grape Varieties: Riesling
Size: 75cl bottle
For centuries of generations the Kuntz family have been involved in the business of winemaking in the region of Lieser, close to the border of Luxembourg in the East. They’ve...