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Weygandt Wines is now open for in-person shopping Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday from 2pm-6pm! We ask that you please wear a mask while inside the shop.

IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING SHIPMENTS: In order to ensure that your delivery arrives in optimal condition, Weygandt Wines strives to ship wine in the most ideal conditions. In light of summer's higher temperatures, we are currently in our "Hot Weather Hold," during which we may delay shipment for several weeks or months until temperatures have decreased. However, if you wish to waive the hold and risk exposing your delivery to warm weather during transit, please contact us when you place your order and let us know. Orders for curbside pickup are not subject to the hold, and will be filled promptly!
Weygandt Wines is now open for in-person shopping Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday from 2pm-6pm! We ask that you please wear a mask while inside the shop.

IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING SHIPMENTS: In order to ensure that your delivery arrives in optimal condition, Weygandt Wines strives to ship wine in the most ideal conditions. In light of summer's higher temperatures, we are currently in our "Hot Weather Hold," during which we may delay shipment for several weeks or months until temperatures have decreased. However, if you wish to waive the hold and risk exposing your delivery to warm weather during transit, please contact us when you place your order and let us know. Orders for curbside pickup are not subject to the hold, and will be filled promptly!

Weingut Hüls Riesling Letterlay 2017

$37.00
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White wine. Mosel, Germany. Organic. 100% Riesling. "As with last year’s installment, 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. The vines in question are only around 150 meters away from those that inform Hüls’ Steffensberg bottling, but some combination of terroir and vine genetics renders the two wines distinctly different. “Where the Steffensberg has more breadth and is almost a bit Burgundian,” Hüls suggested, “the Letterlay is by nature classic, filigreed Mosel,” and for that reason he included the whole berries to potentially add structure. Apple and lime offer a tangy but more cooling and less vibrant performance than in the Steffensberg. There is a decisive sense of underlying stone as well as impressive sheer persistence, and I would not be surprised to witness this gaining in interest with a bit of bottle age." — 89 Points, David Schildknecht, Vinous (January 2020)