SUBTLETY MEETS CONCENTRATION
Delicate, elegant and artfully subtle on the one hand and concentrated, compact and long-finishing on the other.
A balancing act!
As basic as bread and butter – a wine for every day.Read more (PDF)
Vinified in large German oak barrels (2400 liters), the multicolored slate soil lends a distinctive minerality to the wine, elegant on the palate enhanced by delicate, cooling fruits.READ MORE (PDF)
Yellow stone fruit on the nose. Delicately succulent, velvety, elegant fruit on the palate. The shell limestone in the soil defines the acidity in the wine and reveals a clear fruit structure.READ MORE (PDF)
Aromas of Sanguine de Savoie peach, vividly fragrant. Enormously succulent on the palate, elegant with complex structure. Rich, powerful and concentrated, yet not too high in alcohol. Vinified in large German oak barrels (2400 liters).READ MORE (PDF)
Measuring in at 300 meters above sea level, this vineyard boasts the highest altitude in the Rheingau. This together with the slate soil lends the wine a distinctive minerality, tight structure and cooling fruit on the palate. Somewhat sleeker, this wine gets its richness and complexity from vinification in large (2400 liters) and slightly smaller and newer (1200 liters) German oak barrels.READ MORE (PDF)
The 2018 St. Nikolaus reminds in the bouquet of ripe mirabelle plums, paired with the typical smoke aromas due to the maturing in new oak-wood-woods.
Piece barrels of 1200 litres. Due to the one-year maturing in the bottle, the aromas from the new oak are very well integrated and the typical St. Nikolaus juiciness comes to the fore. The tightrope act between creaminess and elegance in perfection.
Delicate effervescence frolics with the pleasing fruit and gentle tartness of the grape variety. Herbal notes and aromas of yellow stone fruits. Playful and delicate on the palate, rounded off by an elegant creaminess! (Also available in magnum bottles!)READ MORE (PDF)
Riesling 101 can be found in many top restaurants in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Certainly the unique name has played a part in its success overseas. In the USA first semester college courses are dubbed “101” and so our Riesling: pure and simple fun in a glass!READ MORE (PDF)
A nose reminiscent of tropical fruits, followed by hints of exotic fruits on the palate. A delicate spiciness and herbal touches present themselves in our Jesuitengarten as an exciting interplay between fruit and spice. A perfect match for Asian dishes or white meat.READ MORE (PDF)
Yellow fruits, light, fresh, lively with a touch of sweetness.READ MORE (PDF)
Ripe fruits, succulent, reminiscent of yellow stone fruit, concentrated yet not overpowering, little brother to our »303«, also grows in the Eiserberg vineyard.READ MORE (PDF)
In honor of our grandfather, we have been vinifying the Oestrich Lenchen Riesling Spätlese »303« since the year 2000. Naturally the grapes come from the very same vineyard where our grandfather harvested his legendary Trockenbeerenauslese, which garnered a record sugar level of 303 degrees Oechsle. Back then those TBA grapes were cultivated in the Eiserberg vineyard in Oestrich, which was consolidated with the Oestrich Lenchen vineyard in 1971. The Eiserberg slopes to the west, profiting from the afternoon sun. The soil is high in iron, interspersed with loam, loess, red slate and quartzite, resulting in delicately fruity wines, rich and high in extracts. Slate and quartzite confer an exciting minerality on the wine, providing the best constituents for a complex, balanced, sweet wine like our »303«!READ MORE (PDF)
delicate, buttery bouquet and elegant, velvety mouthfeel with hints of floralREAD MORE (PDF)
round and smooth, enhanced by undertones of velvety tanninsREAD MORE (PDF)