Our Estate Riesling “shocking good….”

23rd February 2016
We are very happy that Stephen Reinhard from the Wine Advocate rated our Estate Riesling “shocking good….”

2014 Riesling Trocken (Estate Riesling in the US) shows a ripe, pure
and spicy bouquet with a stunningly deep character. Full-bodied, piquant
and grippy on the palate, this is a serious Mittelhardt Riesling with a
long, fairly powerful and salty finish. This is shocking good Pfalz
Riesling for a handful dollars. It has been sourced from Wachenheim and
all the top vineyards (1ers and Grands Crus) and is made entirely from
own grapes. Predominantly fermented in stainless steel.

The 2014
is one of the best series I have tasted at this biodynamic domaine for a
very long time. Probably I have never tasted a similar worthy Riesling
portfolio here. All the wines are worth seeking out. If I must name my
favorite dry Estate Riesling of 2014, the Bürklin-Wolf's has the
greatest chance to be the one. All the wines are lovely, precise, fresh
and so expressive and at the same time -- perfectly balanced and
moderate in alcohol. You shouldn't miss the 2014 Bürklin-Wolf Rieslings.

Here is the total list of ratings for wines at CWS stock for your information:

  1. 2014 Riesling Trocken

    (89 points)

  2. 2014 Wachenheimer Riesling

    (90 points)

  3. 2014 Gaisböhl G.C.

    (92 points)