Collection: Germany

Weygandt imports from the Germany.
18 products
  • Peter Jakob Kuhn Oestrich Quarzit Riesling 2018
    $29.00

    White wine. Rheingau, Germany. Biodynamic. 100% Riesling. A focused and aromatic bouquet full of lemon zest and ocean breeze alongside fennel accents. Firm and refined on the palate, with citrus, salinity, and an energetic finish.

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  • Peter Jakob Kuhn Hallgarten Hendelberg Riesling 2017
    $39.00
    White wine. Rheingau, Germany. Biodynamic. 100% Riesling. "The nose is marked by oak resin due to the relative newness of the large cask in which this wine was raised. Along with this come intimations of walnut and peach kernel piquancy. The glossy, dense palate practically explodes with rich, bittersweet flavors pit-inflected white peach of zesty lemon, leading to a vibrantly gripping and infectiously juicy finish whose oyster liquor-like combination of meaty, herbal, algae-like and briny-stony elements puts the squeeze on one’s salivary glands." —93 Points, David Schildknecht, Vinous (Aug. 2019)
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  • Weingut Weedenborn Riesling Westhofener Kirchspiel Trocken 2015
    $33.00

    White wine. Rheinhessen, Germany. Sustainable. 100% Riesling. Made from grapes grown in limestone soil on a southeast facing slope. Macerated with the skins for about 18 hours and then pressed. The wine is aged half in barrel and half in stainless steel tank. The result is a Riesling of great depth and complexity. Look for flavors of apricot and tangerine, and an intense minerality. The skin contact and barrel aging give further depth and structure to the wine. For the easy pairing try with weisswurst or boudain blanc, and some good dark bread. This will also work really well with simply prepared fish dishes like sole with beurre blanc.

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  • Weingut Hüls Riesling Letterlay 2017
    $37.00
    White wine. Mosel, Germany. Organic. 100% Riesling. "In large part from closely pruned vines planted from 2009 to 2012 and reflecting old vine material from the Saar and Pfalz, this delivers a dusty sense of crushed stone suffusion and a site-typical smokiness on the nose. There is a gentle, slightly loose personality here vis-à-vis the impressive corresponding 2015, but this is generous with sheer juiciness of fresh mirabelle, apricot and lime, not to mention with charm. Around 11 grams of residual sugar are supportive of the fruit while leaving the finish essentially dry. The feel is seductively creamy without at all compromising refreshment, and subtly nutty piquancy and transparency to stony underpinnings lend complexity to a lusciously lingering finish." — 92 Points, David Schildknecht, Vinous (Jan. 2018)
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  • Weingut Hüls Riesling Trocken 2017
    $17.00

    White wine. Mosel, Germany. Organic. 100% Riesling. A juicy and refreshingly saline Riesling with dominant flavors of green apple, lemon, and lime. Bone dry on the palate with pervasive floral notes and a nutty, miner-laden finish.

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  • Peter Jakob Kuhn Hallgarten Rheinschiefer Riesling 2018
    $26.00

    White wine. Rheingau, Germany. Biodynamic. 100% Riesling. A striking and aromatic bouquet of lemon, sea breeze, and minerals. Extremely smooth on the palate, which overflows with juicy lemon and more minerality. Culminates in a sustained, lively finish.

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  • Peter Jakob Kuhn Riesling Sekt Brut 2013
    $28.00

    White wine. Rheingau, Germany. Biodynamic. 100% Riesling. A lovely and typically expressive bouquet with aromas of apple, pineapple, and dried flowers. Medium-full on the palate with bright acidity and impressive depth leading into a lengthy, impeccably balanced finish.

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  • Weingut Hüls Riesling Steffensberg Dry 2015
    $37.00
    White wine. Mosel, Germany. Organic. 100% Riesling. "This tank-rendered bottling from a mixture of older and very recently planted vines reflects a 10-15% inclusion of hand-destemmed whole berries in the ferment. While lacking the impressively forward fruitiness found in the corresponding Steffensberg – classic lime and white peach are more subdued here – and with a hint of outright lactic character incorporated into its creaminess of texture, it features an even more vivid sense of wet stone underpinnings, a pungent hint of struck flint, and a mouthwatering infusion of mineral salts, all of which add up to seriously sustained satisfaction." — 93 Points, David Schildknecht, Vinous (June 2017)
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