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German VDP Mixed Case

£178.00

Description

Founded in 1910, VDP stands for Verband Deutscher Prädikatsweingüter and is a German association that brings together the country’s top wineries under a ‘quality standard’ umbrella with the aim of promoting the highest levels of quality within the Germany industry.

In this mixed case, explore an array of styles and varieties from some of the finest wineries from all over the country!

 

This case contains one bottle of each of the wines listed below.

 

  • Weingut am Stein, Pure & Naked Pet Nat, Franken – Natural

A delicious blend of Cabernet Blanc and Sauvignon Blanc, this sparkling is a Brut Nature Pet Nat - for Petillant Naturel, referring to the very old production method also known as "méthode ancestral" where the natural wine ferments in one go without any addition of yeast, sugar or otherwise. Intense aromas of fresh apple, lemon zest, elderflower, lemongrass and fresh mint. High acidity with lots of soft fizz and a green savoury finish.

  • Kuhling-Gillot, Nierstein Riesling Trocken 2017, Rheinhessen

A rich and complex dry Riesling with a lovely backbone of acidity. Enticing ripe peaches, chamomile and mint and notes of savoury spices, rounded with a flinty and steely touch and a delicate smokiness.

  • Weingut Peter-Jakob Kuhn, Quarzit Oestrich 2018, Rheingau – Organic, Biodynamic

An elegant, gentle wine with pronounced green pear and peach aromas, a very present smoky minerality, and a delicate juicy finish. Rich in texture balanced out by subtle herbal and mineral nuances and invigorating acidity.

  • Emrich Schönleber, Lenz Riesling  2015, Nahe

Just outside the boundaries of officially trocken (dry), this off-dry Riesling shows superb balance with plenty of inviting fruit, beautiful fine bitter grapefruit flesh, citrus fruit and zest.

  • Weingut Julg, Pinot Noir Sonnenberg WB 2017, Pfalz

A complex juicy wine bursting with energy, showing lifted aromas of strawberry and blueberry, a delicate smoky bacon note and a rich meaty note. The tannins are soft and integrated with a fruity, powerful finish and a fine chalky mineral note.

  • J.J. Prum, Graacher Himmelreich, Riesling Auslese 2008, Mosel

Very floral with quince, mint and hints of anise on the nose. Reminiscent of salted caramel, white raisin and honey on the palate with hints of citrus rind and a backbone of acidity cutting through the sappy intensity. Delicious now and worth following for 30-40 years.

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