Maximin Grünhaus Schloss Riesling Trocken 2020

£108.00
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Maximin Grünhaus Schloss Riesling Trocken 2020

Riesling is not terribly fashionable at the moment, but the quality of this incredible product transcends any fashion. 

As soon as I tasted this extraordinary German Riesling, I knew it had to claim a spot amongst the Whitfield Wines whites. It made quite an entrance, all the other wines turning heads and a hush descending as the Maximin Grünhaus Schloss Riesling Trocken 2020 took its place.

The estate is now overseen by sixth-generation family member Maximin Von Schubert, and is located on steep, south-facing slopes, two kilometres from where the Ruwer river meets the Mosel. Vinified in a traditional oak barrel called a fudel, this is sophisticated and elegant wine.

Riesling is the most flexible food wine and if its good, should stand up to all special lunches and dinners. Nicely balanced on the palate with a zesty and pure structure with lovely some ripe and juicy fruits, it is dry and light. Treat yourselves.