Kiedrich Grafenberg, Riesling, Beerenauslese, 2011

  Robert Weil

Brilliant pale green tinged lemon colour, very little botrytised grapes were used for this rather berries that were naturally concentrated on the vine by the sun, stunning balance force and elegance, notes of lime rind, lemon meringue pie, orange blossom honey and siciliam lemon, such concetration, such clarity of flavour. Grafenberg is a loam and slate based vineyard producing very well balanced wines that mix full, ripe flavours with savoury mineral notes.

Contains Sulphites.

About Robert Weil

Only a handful of German wine Estates can boast excellence and consistency over a prolonged period. The wines of Robert Weil have not just been the standard bearers for Rheingau for the last few decades but equal to the top half dozen estates in Germany as a whole who are considered the best. Based in Kiedrich with 75 hectares of Riesling surrounding the fine Estate House and cellars, the vineyard management and wine making are based on precision with 100% focus on quality.

Appellation: Rheingau

7,700 acres along the northern side of the Rhine between Wiesbaden and Rüdesheim where the Riesling produces classic and substantial wines.