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91-92 points John Gilman: "There are only two Kabinetten from the Scharzhofberg this year, with an old vine bottling also produced. The “regular” Kabinett (this sobriquet seems rather inappropriate when discussing an Egon Müller wine!) is 9.5 percent in alcohol, carries around fifty grams per liter of residual sugar and has acids of 8.5 grams and very low pH this year. The wine is young and very promising, offering up scents of apple, lime, petrol, slate, wild yeasts and an exotic touch of violet in the upper register. On the palate the wine is deep, ful...



From the producer: "The Berres family is recorded to have resided and worked in the vineyards of Ürzig since the year 1510. Markus Berres, 21st generation, has taken the helm of this prestigious Mittel Mosel estate beginning with the 2004 vintage, and is in the process of effecting one of the most significant renaissances in recent German wine history. Upon secularization of the Mosel by Napoleon, one of the first great private wine estates to be established was that of Peter Nicolay in Ürzig, including the finest sites in Ürzig, Erden, Wehlen, Graach a...
Price: $26.99


Wine Spectator: "Direct but lovely to drink, with well-integrated acidity and notes of peach. The finish is inviting and moderately long. (AZ, Web Only-2019)"
Price: $17.99

95 points John Gilman: "Oliver Haag’s 2018 Juffer-Sonnenuhr Spätlese was clearly one of the finest examples of this Prädikat that I tasted during my ten day visit to the region and I cannot recall ever tasting a better young vintage of Spätlese from this estate! The brilliant bouquet soars from the glass in a youthful blend of lime, pear, gorgeous, very salty slate minerality, violets, bee pollen and an exotic touch of fresh mint in the upper register. On the palate the wine is medium-full, laser-like and tensile, with beautiful complexity and filigree, ...


94 points John Gilman: "The 1976 Scharzhofberger Spätlese continues to drink beautifully well, and amazingly still has many years of beautiful life ahead of it. Both the nose and the palate have begun to dry a bit at age thirty, and now offer about Kabinett level sweetness, but with all of the haunting complexity and breed that thirty years in the bottle can bring in a wine built to age. The bouquet is a beautiful mélange of lemon curd, baked peaches, new leather, sweet corn, stony minerality and a nice topnote of lavender. On the palate the wine is medi...
Price: $499.99

92 points John Gilman: "The 2018 Rausch Kabinett was scheduled for bottling on April 1st and was showing beautifully at the time of my visit. The bouquet is already showing some of the classical filigree of this Prädikat level at its best, offering up scents of grapefruit, pear, salty slate, white flowers, a hint of Rausch mossiness and a smoky topnote. On the palate the wine is medium-bodied, crisp and complex, with fine mineral drive, excellent focus and grip and the delicate stop on the long finish of a classic example of Kabinett. Fine juice in the m...

John Gilman: "The 2018 Scharzhof QbA was bottled a bit earlier than anything else in the cellars this year, as the mise for this wine was on the last day of February of 2019. The wine carries twenty-eight grams of residual sugar this year and is 10.5 percent alcohol, so it is a bit fuller-bodied in personality than the 2017. However, the wine is lovely in 2018, offering up a classic nose of green apple, petrol, pear, wild yeasts and a fine base of slate minerality. On the palate the wine is deep, full and nicely mineral in personality, with good, broad s...
Price: $69.99

94-96 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "From the two oldest plots (80-90 years old and 120 years old), the fuder-fermented 2018 Wehlener Sonnenuhr Riesling Spätlese offers great precision and aromas of tropical fruit intertwined with very fine slate on the nose. On the palate, the wine is mouth-filling and salty-piquant, with mango and slate flavors on the racy finish. This is dangerous stuff, very dangerous, yet it's also tight and tensioned. This is, for the moment, the finest and most stimulating Wehlener Sonnenuhr. Dangerous. Really dangerous. T...

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Graacher Domprobst Riesling Spätlese Feinherb Alte Reben has a bright citrus color and offers a clear, intense and very elegant nose with fine slate and herbal aromas that are perfectly intertwined with highly elegant Riesling notes. This is a pretty bright and charming Domprobst that is often rather dark, coolish, flintier and not that delicate. The palate is lush, round and sweet but also fresh and mineral, with tension, piquancy and a lovely salty pull. A gorgeous Domprobst with 11.5% alcohol and 21 o...

93pts Mosel Fine Wines: "AP: 09 19. The 2018er Erdener Prälat Riesling Auslese was made from partially (40%) botrytized grapes harvested at 105° Oechsle on very old un-grafted vines, and was fermented down to noble-sweet levels of residual sugar (109 g/l). It offers a complex nose made of apricot, brown sugar, baked pineapple and herbs. The wine develops some attractive flavors of almond cream, pineapple and coconut on the unctuous yet also comparatively zesty palate. It leaves some nicely complex notes of honeyed almond, pear, pineapple and apricot in t...
Price: $39.99

96 points James Suckling: "This may still be slightly funky from the wild ferment, but it's a Mosel masterpiece. It’s packed with an entire spectrum of fruits ranging from apples to tropical fruits. Delicate herbal notes, too. The major concentration shows at the extremely long, complex finish. Better from 2019 and with long aging potential. " (06/2018) 93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Dhroner Hofberg Riesling Spätlese is from a warmer but slatey part of the Hofberg closer to the Mosel and was picked in October (later than the Kabinet...

94 points James Suckling: "The right edge of reductive funk here and a very fresh array of white-nectarine and lime aromas and succulent flavors. Sublime freshness and drinkability here. Screw cap." (04/2019) 92 points John Gilman: "The 2018 Juffer Kabinett had been bottled a couple of weeks ahead of Prowein and was showing very well at the time of my visit. The wine comes in at nine percent alcohol, with 7.7 grams per liter of acidity and forty-five grams of residual sugar this year. The wine is lovely and really quite classical in its Kabinett sensib...

A small negociant operation, J&H Selbach works closely with a select group of growers who are nearly all under contract allowing them to closely control the winemaking process and ensure quality. According to importer Terry Theise: "Every single one of these wines is sophisticated and has vinosity and most important, moderate residual sugar for the genre."
Price: $15.99


91 points Wine Spectator: "A floral version, with minerality adding to the charm of the light texture. Grapefruit, apple and cinnamon flavors mingle nicely in the core, underscored by vibrant acidity. Zesty finish. Drink now through 2030. (AZ)" (04/2019)

93 points Wine Spectator: "Mineral-driven, with a lively profile, featuring notes of nectarine, lemon oil, candied orange peel and sweet spice. The acidity is very prominent and cuts the sweetness significantly, leaving a mouthwatering impression on the long finish. (AZ, Web Only-2019)"



Producer's notes: "The Erdener Herrenberg vineyard is situated between the Erdener Treppchen and the Kinheimer Hubertuslay. It is located on the top of the Mosel valley at an altitude of 250-310m NN. The exposure to the wind on the upper part of the valley and the missing shelter by the valley itself forms a bit cooler micro climate. The soil at Erdener Herrenberg consists of 85% grey schist with 15% of finer sediments and is not quite as deep as the soils of the Kinheimer Hubertuslay vineyard. Especially in very warm, low-water years, Riesling wines fro...
Price: $19.99

92-93 points John Gilman: "I failed to write down the AP number on the Juffer-Sonnenuhr Spätlese during my visit, as I was starting to get overwhelmed by the sheer beauty of each wine as it followed on the heels of the one before it. But, the wine is outstanding, offering up a very classic bouquet of delicious apple, pear, lovely mintiness, wild yeasts, slate and a perfumed topnote of lilacs. On the palate the wine is pure, fullish, succulent and complex, with ripe, zesty acids, excellent focus and grip and a very long, bouncy and flat out delicious fini...



94 points John Gilman: "The 'regular' bottling of Spätlese from the Rausch vineyard is outstanding in 2018, with a crystal clear personality and outstanding mineral undertow. The bouquet jumps from the glass in a mix of pink grapefruit, fresh pineapple, a hint of mossiness, wild yeast, citrus peel, a fine base of slate and an esthery topnote of bee pollen. On the palate the wine is pure, medium-full, vibrant and filigreed, with lovely intensity of flavor, impeccable focus and grip and a long, zesty and very complex finish. Excellent wine. (Drink between ...

96 points James Suckling: "The amount of clarity that oozes from the nose is mind-boggling. Spring water cascades down a waterfall into a pool of steaming volcanic rocks, the mist carrying scents of kaffir-lime tree and tea tree oil. Unfathomable purity and precision on the palate, which, though only medium body, is deep and rich in flavors and minerality. The sweetness is almost seamless. Drink now or hold for a long time." (10/2019) 95 points John Gilman: "The 2018 Juffer-Sonnenuhr Auslese is one of my absolutely favorite wines in the cellar this yea...

96 points James Suckling: "Super peachy with great brilliance and refinement. This is a great Spätlese that's dry enough for the finest lobster dish, but it is also powerful enough to cope with the spiciest curry. The very long finish keeps pumping out fruit and minerals. Drink or hold. " (06/2018) 92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "From a warm, older vineyard (up to 70 years old) inside the Hofberg, the 2017 Riesling Feinherb 'in der Sängerei' is concentrated and aromatic on the fine, spicy, herbal nose. Lush and elegant, this is a mouth-fillin...


Nestled on the idyllic, rambling Dhronbach river, a tributary of the greater Mosel, Andreas Adam's estate specializes in the seldom-attempted category of dry Mosel wines. Sourcing primarily from the grand cru Hofberg site, Adam has the enviable touch necessary to achieve what few vintners in Mosel can - dry wines that are not overly austere or punishingly acidic. Since the Mosel rarely achieves the ripeness and natural sugars that appear regularly in, say, the Pfalz or the Nahe, Adam is tasked with taming a sometimes unforgiving beast in his wines' natur...
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