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  1. $395.40

    Weingut Vollenweider

    Germany (Germany), Mosel (Germany)

    12 x 750 ml

    Rich Fish, Soft Cheese, Vegetables, White Meat


    "Pure, creamy lemon aroma with just a hint of stony spice. Juicy and beautiful crystal-clear fruit on the palate, dancing with vitality and purity. Succulent harmony of sweetness and acidity."
    Great Value - Jancis Robinson MW, June 2019
    92 points - Mosel Fine Wines, Oct 2019

     

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    Weingut Vollenweider

    Germany (Germany), Mosel (Germany)

    12 x 750 ml

    Breads, Ham, Rich Fish, Soft Cheese, Sweets


    "Stand back and hold on to your hat! Brimming with lychee, rosehip and exotic floral notes. Very succulent and vibrant with a stunning interplay of racy acidity and juicy fruit on the very long and super fresh finish. Drink or hold."

    96 points - James Suckling, Dec 2018

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Grown primarily in a few choice areas of the Rhine in Germany, the origins of the Riesling grape remain a point of conjecture among wine enthusiasts. One school of thought holds that the increase in the use of this grape was due to the monks at the Cistercian monastery at Eberbach. The legend goes that the monks determined that the red grapes currently cultivated on their lands could not compete with those grown in France. To that end, they ordered the vines removed and replaced with white grape varieties. The Riesling is often cited as the white grape chosen for the new plantings. There are documents tracing the origin of the Riesling and the use in wine to the 15th century. In the log maintained by Count Katzenelnbogen at Ruesselsheim, an entry for 13 March 1435 confirms the receipt of six vines of Riesling. Today, the grape is cultivated in a number of countries around the world. Along with Germany, the grapes are found in Canada, the USA, Australia, and Austria.