The slight hint of funk in the nose that quickly turns into a flinty note, announces a change of style at this famous estate. Perhaps the sugar levels weren't high. Yet, this is rather bold as well as very crisp. Discreet, white-fruit character and quite a salty mineral finish. Drink now.
An austere riesling, this recalls an Agnes Martin painting in its spare white-on-white flavors and clean lines. It’s firm and stony, with a radish-like spice that sparks the white-apple-flesh flavors. For crudo.
The 2017 Rheingau Riesling Trocken is very clear, fresh and even coolish on the nose. 'We are incredibly happy with 2017,' says Wilhelm Weil, who considers this estate Riesling as one of the best he has produced in the past 30 years. It is an incredibly lush but fine and singing 500,000 times (this is the number of bottles). Gorgeous and highly attractive—not just because of the price. The 2017 is Wilhelm Weil's 31st vintage, and he can be proud of it indeed. Tasted at the domaine in August 2018. (SR)
Initially earthen notes on the nose dissipate with aeration to reveal brighter aromas of lemon, apple and pear. Dry and sprightly on the palate, it's an easy-drinking lemony wine with a Margarita-like kick of salty minerality on the finish. Drink now–2021. (AI)
Here's a light, refreshing version, with notes of white raspberry and pear. Ginger accents emerge on the moderate finish. Drink now. (AZ, Web Only-2019)
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