Wine orange natural German
Electric Chardonnay Acid Test is a mind-bender. The Chardonnay is planted on limestone soils and the bit of Riesling gives it an extra jolt. Rocky, mineral, and supple this fascinating Chardonnay is filled with golden apples and ripe pears. The Brand brothers make soulful wines that are defining what the northern Pfalz region is capable of.
Muller-Thurgau, Sylvaner, Chardonnay
Fresh and youthful with herby notes and pithy, raw grapefruit. Alcoholic, cloudy lemonade.
Wine orange natural German
Brand’s take on an Austrian “Gemischter Satz,” the “Wilder Satz” (translates to “wild things”) is the gateway drug into their sulfur-free “Pur” line. A blend of seven different white grape varieties, blended and bottled unfiltered, unfined, and with no added sulfur, this is the ultimate orange wine. Some texture and density, yet buoyant and clean, salty and refreshing.
This top-selling Loosen Bros. Riesling embodies the delicate and racy characteristics of traditional, slate-soil Mosel vineyards at a very affordable price for everyday enjoyment. It is a bright, vibrant, fruit-driven wine, with a juicy mid-palate and a crisp, drying finish. Located in far western Germany, the Mosel valley’s steep, south-facing slopes and slate soil create…
This classic Mosel Kabinett is harvested from higher-elevation parcels owned by Dr. Loosen in the villages of Bernkastel, Graach, and Wehlen. The wine is bright and pure with the vibrant white peach fruit and a floral, flinty minerality that is so typical from blue slate. A plush attack on the mid-palate leads to a deliciously…
This dry Riesling is produced with fruit from estate-owned vineyards in the red slate soils found in the contiguous villages of Ürzig, Erden, Lösnich, and Kinheim. Following the traditional methods of Ernst Loosen’s great-grandfather, Peter Loosen, this wine is fermented in 3,000-liter, neutral oak casks, and kept on the full lees for 12 months. The…
Florian Fauth is comfortable in his own skin. Which is saying something these days for a winemaker in the Rheinhessen. The winemaking landscape here, after all, has undergone a nearly inconceivable, 180-degree sea-change in last two decades. In one sentence, this region has gone from being the armpit of German wine (remember, this was the…
Ziereisen is located in the very southern part of Baden in a town called Efringen-Kirchen, directly on the Rhine river at the border of Alsace and Switzerland. The area is called Markgräflerland; another name is the Dreiländereck – the “three country corner”: Basel, Switzerland is the closest city, just 15 kilometers south. Here, Hanspeter and…