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Rheingau is considered one of the finest of Germany’s great wine districts. Its 8,000 vineyard acres are planted primarily to Riesling, and the Rieslings of Rheingau are noted for their steely character. In recent decades producers have also started planted Pinot Noir, called Spatburgunder in Germany. Historically the most famous Rieslings of the Rheingau have been the very sweet Beerenauslesen and Trockenbeerenauslesen styles, but as the market for dry wines has increased, younger Rheingau winemakers have begun producing dry Riesling, harkening back to methods used before the 20th century. By 2005 nearly 85% of the Rheingau Rieslings have been dry wines.

1990 Schloss Vollrads Fürst Löwenstein Riesling Kabinett Blausilber Halbtrocken #6

1990 Schloss Vollrads Riesling Spätlese #34

Capsule condition issue; heavy signs of past seepage; 4.5 cm ullage

2016 Josef Leitz Rudesheimer Berg Roseneck Riesling Trocken #61

VN  94   

1976 Schloss Eltz Rauenthaler Baiken Riesling Beerenauslese #1


Light capsule condition issue; signs of past seepage; 4 cm ullage; label condition issue

2016 August Kesseler Assmannshauser Hollenberg Spatburgunder Grosses Gewachs #18

1976 Ferdinand Pieroth Bereich Südliche Weinstrasse Kabinett #94

Capsule condition issue; signs of past seepage; 4 cm ullage; label condition issue

1976 Schloss Reinhartshausen Hattenheimer Nussbrunnen Riesling Beerenauslese #27

Capsule condition issue; light signs of past seepage; label condition issue

1990 Staatsweingüter Kloster Eberbach Rauenthaler Steinmacher Riesling #47

Capsule condition issue; signs of past seepage

2016 von Oetinger Mineral Riesling Trocken #20 (Screwcap)

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