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A.J. Adam Dhroner Hofberg Riesling Kabinett 2018

"The Grand Cru Hofberg is one of the greatest Mosel vineyards. In 1868 the vineyards of this hill were classified by the Prussians as an extraordinary place to make great Rieslings. The main part of the vineyards are situated on the Mosel river, but not the Hofberg. It's a lovely quiet side-valley on the Dhron river with weathered Devonian slate in mixture with quartzite. Riesling vines are today 30 to 65 years old and some are still ungrafted." —importer
$27.99 $21.49 (Save $6.50)

Cupcake Pfalz Riesling

"We voyaged to the Mosel river valley to craft a Riesling with a unique slate minerality and creamy mid-palate. This Riesling has hints of ripe honeydew lemon chiffon and a broad palate with a touch of zing before finishing with length. It's reminiscent of a lemon cream cupcake. Enjoy with grilled halibut, Indian butter chicken, or simply as an aperitif." —winemaker
$14.59 $8.99 (Save $5.60)

Dr. Loosen Blue Slate Riesling Kabinett 2017

"This estate-grown Riesling Kabinett showcases the mineral-driven style of the steep, blue slate vineyards in the middle Mosel. It comes from parcels owned by Dr. Loosen in the villages of Bernkastel, Graach and Wehlen, where the soil is pure blue slate. It is bright and vibrant with the classic white peach fruit and floral, flinty minerality that is so typical of this terroir." —winemaker
$22.99 $15.89 (Save $7.10)

Loosen Bros. Dr. L Riesling 2017

"This entry-level Dr. Loosen Riesling embodies the elegant and racy characteristics of steep, slate-soil Mosel vineyards at a very reasonable price. It is a bright, vibrant, fruit-driven wine made with grapes from contracted growers throughout the Mosel River valley who work very closely with brothers Ernst and Thomas Loosen to achieve excellent quality and superb concentration in every vintage." —winemaker
$15.99 $11.99 (Save $4.00)

Loveblock Pinot Noir 2015

"The color is a deep, dark crimson. Aromas are big and rich, with sweet berry fruits, earthy mushroom and hints of tobacco. On the palate is fleshy black plum, with layers of cherry and sweet berries that play on the palate and dance with notes of violet. Dry tannins and hints of cigar makes this a versatile wine to pair with turkey, salmon, lamb and beef." —winemaker
$36.25 $24.49 (Save $11.76)

Schmitt Sohne Relax

"This fine Riesling wine offers an extraordinary premium wine quality. With forward fruit and floral aromas of apples and peaches with just a hint of citrus, the wine’s natural acidity gives it a perfect balance that is refreshingly crisp and leaves your mouth watering." -winemaker
$13.99 $8.99 (Save $5.00)

Stefan Muller Niedermenniger Sonnenberg Alte Reben Riesling Kabinett 2018

"43g/l RS, 10.4g acid, 9% alc. From 50-year-old vines planted in 1967. Those are sensational stats relective of a sensational wine. Saar-specific fruit and florals -- green apples, bright florals, honey-drizzled lemon -- zoom through the palate at high velocity. The petrol notes are already peeking through. This is the quintessential Kabinett of the estate. A must-have. 330cs made." Winery
$26.25 $19.99 (Save $6.26)

Zilliken Saarburger Rausch Diabas Riesling 2016

"The unique dark basalt rock (Diabas) that gives the wine its name delivers a deep, smoky lemon minerality skulking in narrow alleys and seeping into dark doorways like the villain in a Victorian mystery novel. Enter our heroine, the residual sweetness, to bring light back to our story and draw out the weightless purity and floral lace that the 2016 vintage has come to embody. Steely citrus and green apple aromas shine a blinding spotlight into the mineral mist while savory spice and a racy, low-cut acidity delivers straight-out sex appeal. A fine grapefruit cliffhanger finish -- the only thing to do now is relish the last sip and eagerly await next year’s sequel. A sweeter counterpoint to the dry flagship GG." - winemaker
$82.99 $49.99 (Save $33.00)