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    Primeurs 2015: Snap-shot of a Vintage 2014

    Timed usually ath the end of March and beginning of April the Primeur Week in Bordeaux is always an exciting moment as it allows a first view on the latest vintage. The huge number of wines available for tasting is impressing and one week seems almost to short. Therefore the Union de Grand Crus offers a well organised blind tasting for the press on every morning during the week. On the precendt weekend the Grand Cercle des vins de Bordeaux holds blind tastings of over 200 samples. These impressions are complemented by tastings at various Châteaux and tastings organized by the Bordeaux trade. Therefore some oft he wines can be tasted twice or even more often during this week to doublecheck on quality and style.

     

    An interesting fact is the weather situation. Meterologic low pressure means that wines may close down, meanwhile meterologic high pressure presents the wines in a more open and flavourful style. This year the wheather was quite bad during the first days of the tasting week but ameliorated a lot in the second half of the week. This had an influence on the tasting notes in general which has to be considered. Another effect has been the late harvest in 2014, which shortened the time period between harvest and Primeur tastings for up to a month. A month less time for maturation has effects on the tasting results which is another aspect to consider, always keeping in mind that each tasting result remains a snap-shot and is not an absolute and final judgement.

     

    2014 had an early start with budbreak around 10 days ahead of the 10 years average. End of May flowering started on the early terroirs in heterogeneous conditions, whereas the later varieties such as Cabernet-Sauvignon and Franc as well as later terroirs took advantage of a warm and sunny period beginning of June. July and August where quite cool and humid and in the second half of August the vintners prepared themselves for a vintage even worse than 2013 but at the end of August everything changed. A spledid indian summer througout September and October saved the quality. Harvest started for the white grapes started three days later than in 2012 but two weeks later than 2011. For the red grapes the harvest startet with Merlot at the end of September and ended with the Cabernets in the second half of October. The cool climate during summer provides a higher acidity, the indian summer is responsible for the right ripening.

     

    The dry white wines are on a very good quality level showing crisp acidity and ripe flavours. The noble sweet white wines also take advantage of the higher acidity balancing the opulent sweetness. Therefore this vintage seems more on the elegant side. The presentation of red wines depends very much on the grape varietes and terroirs. Overall the red wines are on a higher quality level than the three previous vintages. Saint-Emilion is excellent on the plateau calcaire and shows in general very good wines.

     In Pomerol the centre of the plateau was in advantage over the surrounding areas. Fronsac was a very positive surprise for 2014. In the Médoc the southern part proved to be more heterogenous than the northern part, where especially Saint-Estèphe was homogenous and excellent. South of Bordeaux Pessac-Léognan presented a very homogenous picture of a very good quality level with outstanding wines from Haut Brion and La Mission Haut Brion.

    One last observation: This vintage digests oak in a great way. The oak is even not obvious in wines with a 100% new oak barrels for maturation. Now there are roughtly twelve month to follow for the maturation of the 2014s untill the bottling in 2016. A lot can happen in this period. Let us see how the wines will present themselves after bottling, it will be a very interesting tasting again. 2014 is not a great vintage like 2005, 2009 or 2010 but it will be able to secure a position as one of the very good vintages of Bordeaux.

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    TOP 100  BORDEAUX 2014  VINTAGE

    (You can read the tasting notes and full reviews by using the search engine on the left upper corner. Just write the name of the wine you are looking for) 

     

    Ausone

    97points

    Cheval-Blanc

    97

    Haut-Brion

    97

    Lafite-Rothschild

    97

    Le Pin

    97

    Margaux

    97

    Mouton-Rothschild

    97

     

     

     

     

    Cos d'Estournel

    96

    Eglise-Clinet

    96

    Léoville-Poyferré

    96

    Pontet-Canet

    96

    Valandraud

    96

    Vieux Château Certan

    96

    Beauséjour Duffau-Lagarosse

    95

    Canon

    95

    Canon La Gaffelière

    95

    Ducru-Beaucaillou

    95

    Figeac

    95

    La Mission-Haut-Brion

    95

    La Mondotte

    95

    Montrose

    95

    Palmer

    95

    Pavie 

    95

    Pavie-Macquin

    95

    Pichon Longueveille  

    95

    Troplong Mondot

    95

    Trottevieille

    95

    Angélus

    94

    Beau-Séjour Bécot

    94

    Calon-Ségur

    94

    Clinet

    94

    Clos Fourtet

    94

    Conseillante

    94

    Domaine de Chevalier

    94

    Haut-Bailly

    94

    La Couspaude

    94

    la Fleur Pétrus

    94

    Larcis Ducasse

    94

    l'Evangile

    94

    Malartic Lagravière

    94

    Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande

    94

    Rauzan-Ségla

    94

    Trotanoy

    94

    Beauregard

    93

    Bouscaut

    93

    Dassault

    93

    Franc Mayne

    93

    Gaffelière

    93

    Grand Pontet

    93

    Gruaud-Larose

    93

    Hosanna

    93

    La Clotte

    93

    La Dominique

    93

    La Louvière

    93

    Langoa-Barton

    93

    Lascombes

    93

    Le Clarence de Haut-Brion

    93

    Le Gay

    93

    Nénin 

    93

    Olivier

    93

    Pape Clément

    93

    Pavie-Décesse

    93

    Peby Faugères

    93

    Smith Haut Lafitte

    93

    Villemaurine

    93

    Vray Croix de Gay

    93

    Angludet

    92

    Balestard-La-Tonnelle

    92

    Batailley

    92

    Belair Monange

    92

    Bon Pasteur

    92

    Branaire-Ducru

    92

    Brane-Cantenac

    92

    Cantemerle

    92

    Cantenac-Brown

    92

    Carbonnieux

    92

    Certan de May de Certan

    92

    Clerc-Milon

    92

    Clos Saint Martin

    92

    Domaine de l'Eglise

    92

    Duhart Milon Rothschild

    92

    Ferrand

    92

    Fleur Cardinale

    92

    Gazin

    92

    Grand Mayne

    92

    Grandes Murailles

    92

    Issan

    92

    La Chapelle d'Ausone

    92

    Lafon-Rochet

    92

    Latour à Pomerol

    92

    Le Bon Pasteur

    92

    L'Enclos

    92

    Léoville-Barton

    92

    l'IF

    92

    Magrez Fombrauge

    92

    Malescot-Saint-Exupéry

    92

    Monbousquet

    92

    Petit-Village

    92

    Phélan Ségur

    92

    Quintus

    92

    Talbot

    92

    Tour Figeac

    92

    Belgrave

    91

    Bellefont Belcier

    91

    Bellevue-Mondotte

    91

    Berliquet

    91

    Beychevelle

    91

    Bonalgue

    91

    Bourgneuf

    91

    Branas-Grand-Poujeaux

    91

    Cap de Mourlin

    91

    Clos Badon

    91

    Clos Beauregard

    91

    Clos de l'Oratoire

    91

    Clos du Marquis

    91

    Clos Lunelles

    91

    Coufran

    91

    d'Armailhac

    91

    Dauzac

    91

    Ferrière

    91

    Giscours

    91

    Haut Marbuzet

    91

    Haut-Bergey

    91

    Kirwan

    91

    La Chapelle de la Mission-Haut-Brion

    91

    La Grave

    91

    La Pointe

    91

    Labégorce

    91

    Lagrange

    91

    Le Petit Mouton

    91

    Le Plus de la Fleur de Bouard

    91

    Les Cruzelles

    91

    Les Pagodes de Cos

    91

    Lynch-Bages

    91

    Marquis de Terme

    91

    Pavillon Rouge du Château Margaux

    91

    Petit Bocq

    91

    Pomeaux

    91

    Prieuré-Lichine

    91

    Rouget

    91

    Saint-Pierre

    91

    Sociando Mallet

    91

    Yon-Figeac

    91

    Alcée

    90

    Bel Air Ouy

    90

    Bellevue

    90

    Bernadotte

    90

    Carruades de Lafite

    90

    Cheval Noir Cuvée le Fer

    90

    Cissac

    90

    Clément Pichon

    90

    Clos des Jacobins

    90

    Clos la Madeleine

    90

    Clos l'Eglise

    90

    Cos Labory

    90

    Croix de Beaucaillou

    90

    d'Aighuile

    90

    de France

    90

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    BORDEAUX 2014 DECLARED ‘MIRACLE’ VINTAGE 

    2014 Bordeaux is a “great”, “miracle” vintage that is close in style and quality to the exceptional 2010s, according to Nicolas Glumineau, general manager for Roederer’s Bordeaux estates.

     

    Nicolas Glumineau of Pichon Lalande

    Nicolas Glumineau of Roederer (Photo: db)

    Glumineau, whose responsibilities stretch from Pauillac second growth Château Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande to St Estèphe cru bourgeois estates Château de Pez and Château Haut Beauséjour, told db that he considered last year’s harvest “a great vintage”.

    Continuing, he said that it was “a kind of miracle vintage”, due to the unusually fine weather from late August until mid-November, which followed a wet and cool June, July and early August.

    The unbroken dry and sunny conditions in the latter half of the year allowed Glumineau to oversee the longest harvest on record for Château Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande, which lasted five weeks.

    As a result, he said that 2014 was a particularly good year for Cabernet Sauvignon.

    “Merlot needs a good summer, but Cabernet needs a very long Indian summer – the grape is a marathon runner – and my feeling is that this is a Cabernet year,” he said.

    Continuing, he said that 2014 was between 2001 and 2010 in style, adding, “but it is very close to 2010, 2014 has a very obvious tannic structure and a long ageing potential; it is balanced, with density and richness,” he said.

    Noting that alcohols are 13.2% for the Pauillac estate’s first and second wine, he further described the wines as “charming, fruity and creamy”, and “the kind of wine I’d love to make every year”.

    Clarifying his comparison with 2010, Glumineau said that the 2010 vintage was “outstanding”, and said that 2014 “was not at the same level, but we have something great.”

    In terms of pricing the 2014 vintage release, Glumineau told db that he would be waiting to see how the market reacts to prices from neighbouring cru classé estates before deciding the level for Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande.

    “I will take time to analyse the markets at the start of this year’s en primeur campaign… we need to take the time not to price too early,” he said, adding that the second growth property was not holding unsold stock.

    “We have no more 2012 or 2013 available,” he said, adding, “So I am sure we have made the effort to price the wines well with those last two years” – which were both released at €48 a bottle to the négociants.

    Nevertheless, he said that Bordeaux would need to “listen to the markets and react pragmatically”.

    Indeed, he said, “I think the en primeur system is a fantastic way to create a good relationship between the wineries, the merchants and the final customers, so we shouldn’t break the toy.”

    by Patrick Schmitt

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    Bordeaux Preview: Will the 2014 Vintage Be Worth Betting On?

    No one is calling 2014 a great, must-have "vintage of the century" as 2010, 2009, and 2005 were branded

    byElin McCoy

    Several thousand people from around the world are in Bordeaux this week for the annual spring rite of en primeur, roaming from the Medoc to Graves, from Pomerol to Saint-Emilion to get a first taste of the 2014 vintage. 

    The wines are still aging quietly in barrels as merchants assess which ones to offer their clients as futures, and journalists furiously scribble their tasting notes.

    Overall quality looks to be pretty good. The vintage story is a familiar one: a cool, damp summer with the grapes finally ripened by the “miracle” of September sun.

    No one is calling 2014 a great, must-have "vintage of the century," as they labeled 2010, 2009, and 2005. 

    Several thousand people from around the world are in Bordeaux this week for the annual spring rite of en primeur.

    Source: UGCB via Bloomberg

     

    A Buying Slump

    So the big question hovering, like a dark cloud above this week’s en primeur circus, is whether prices for the 2014s will be low enough to get buyers excited about plunking down cash for wines that won’t be bottled for two years.  No one will know for about a month. 

    The way-too-expensive wines from lackluster 2011, 2012, and 2013 have languished, unsold. Even wines from the great 2009 and 2010 vintages, like first growth Chateau Lafite-Rothschild, have dropped 30 percent to 45 percent from their futures prices. 

    Will chateau owners blow it once again?

    The big question hovering like a dark cloud above this week’s en primeur circus is whether prices for the 2014s will be low enough to get buyers excited.

    Two months ago, a dozen U.K. merchants, including Bordeaux Index and Berry Bros & Rudd, signed an open letter to chateau owners and negociants, urging a return to the same reasonable pricing as the fine 2008 vintage. 

    Good luck on that one.

    Thomas Duroux, chief executive officer of Chateau Palmer, pooh-poohed the idea, reminding me that the economic situation today is quite different from the financial meltdown in which the 2008 futures were offered.

    As Alexander van Beek, general manager of Chateau Giscours and Chateau du Tertre explained over dinner in New York a couple of weeks ago, “2014 isn’t homogeneous, so you can’t generalize about price. People with more long term vision should be rewarded.” 

    In Bordeaux-speak, that means my neighbors should reduce prices, not me. 

     

    The Parker Effect

    The euro is at its lowest point in more than 10 years, which could offer added incentive for U.S. wine lovers to buy futures—but only if the cost is low enough to start. 

    In the U.S., Clyde Beffa, owner of the Bay Area’s K & L Wine Merchants, a big seller of Bordeaux futures, said there’s little interest among his customers for the 2014s. Chris Adams, CEO of New York’s Sherry-Lehmann, e-mailed: “There is some buzz for the quality, but pricing needs to be like 2008. It’s that simple.” 

    This year, a complicating factor is that wine guru Robert Parker announced last month that he will no longer judge Bordeaux wines en primeur and is handing over responsibility to Neal Martin, a reviewer at his newsletter.

    Gary Boom of U.K.-based Bordeaux Index is persuaded that Parker's withdrawal will lead to lower prices.

    Shaun Bishop, CEO of online merchant JJ Buckley, also cautions that “without the most important voice to drive the wholesale chain and consumers to take the risk and provide the capital, the impact of Parker’s absence may be significant.” 

    In previous years, chateaux have mostly waited for Parker’s ratings before releasing their futures prices. A 95-point to 100-point score meant they could charge accordingly, which is what happened with the very expensive 2009s.  

     

    What to Do

    My advice? while you’re waiting to decide whether to take a plunge on the 2014s, right now is the time to splash out for wines from a great, investment-grade vintage that’s almost ready to drink: 2005. 

    Unlike the 2014 growing season, 2005 was perfection. When I tasted barrel samples years ago, I thought they were the best young wines I’d ever put in my mouth. 

    From recent tastings, I’m certain that  2005 is, so far, the best vintage of the 21st century. The wines are elegant, succulent, and concentrated. Even the less-expensive ones are excellent.

    Merchants are now restocking, and some wines cost less than they did five years ago. A warning, though: Prices are just beginning to go up. 

    They’ll climb even higher within the next few months, when Parker reassesses them in his promised 10-year retrospective. He has already said that he probably underrated them.

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Markus Del Monego MW , Pro (Germany)  had a Blind tasting of  7 Wines  from  2 Producers 

Anteprima - Top Wines from Italy

This tasting was showing a wonderful choice of very fine wines originating in Tuscany. One pirate coming from Sicily was making the tasting even more fun. Three vintages were on show displaying marvellous qualities from some of Tuscany’s best producers. 2018 proved to be a very convincing vintage, the weather was warm and the heat was not too excessive. With an average production, the estates could enjoy some normality after the small crop of 2017. 2018 will be a wonderful vintage with freshness and elegance. 2017 was a challenge for Tuscany as in many other regions the weather was offering almost the whole content of Pandora’s box for the vintners: frost, heat and drought. The result was a small crop, often with shrivelled berries on the grapes and a certain amount of over-ripeness. The issued wines are quite concentrated but show firm tannins. 2016 the yields were also unfortunately low, but the vintage is a very fine one with an impressing aromatic potential. Stunning wines can be found in Tuscany (and on Sicily).

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Markus Del Monego MW , Pro (Germany)  had a tasting of  10 Wines  from  7 Producers 

Primeurs in difficult times

When I was visiting Bordeaux early March, Corona was a threat on the horizon and France has been more concerned by a strike of the air traffic control. However, I was travelling to Bordeaux and had the chance to get some first insights to the 2019 vintage. I was very much looking forward to the “en primeur tastings” which were scheduled for March 26, 2020 but the tastings were cancelled mid-March. Immediately I contacted the different associations and wineries in Bordeaux and asked for samples. The result was a small number of wines which arrived in Essen before the shutdown of France made shipments rather difficult. These first samples of the vintage 2019 were tasted under pristine conditions to assure a fair and equal assessment of all qualities. In fact, the samples proved right the opinion of some of Bordeaux’ leading figures. Bruno-Eugène Borie from Château Ducru-Beaucaillou sees 2019 in a line with the excellent vintages of 2016, 2010, 2009 und 2005. Henri Lurton talks about his best vintage, along with 2016, he has ever vinified at Château Brane-Cantenac. Philippe Dhalluin from Château Mouton-Rothschild asses the vintage as rich and abundant in quality and also in quantity. After some smaller crops they came back to an average production. Emmanuel Cruse from Château d’Issan sees that 2019 has a lot in common with 2016 yet preserving more freshness. It is a very good vintage but appearing at a very difficult time on the market. In fact, the start of this vintage was very positive. Enough precipitations during winter were retained by soils like chalk and clay. Vineyards on these water retaining soils had a huge advantage in the future growing period. With exception of a wet June, the vintage has taken advantage of a rather dry climatic condition, which prevented diseases in the vineyards to a huge extend. No chance for powdery or downy mildew. Even the heat waves were not really harming the vines as rain set in, always at the last moment but still early enough to prevent massive water stress and a slow-down of the maturity. The late physiological maturity brought a lot of alcohol, but the wines show more freshness as in the previous years. Fabien Teitgen, Winemaker of Smith-Haut-Lafitte relates this freshness to the good acidity “due to cool night temperatures during the ripening period”. This fact is also good news for white wines. „They are the big surprise “, says Olivier Bernard of Domaine de Chevalier. At Château Coutet in Barsac, Philippe and Aline Baly were harvesting in three passes with a total of 19 harvesting days. They judge the conditions as rather ideal: “These climatic conditions have generated a harvest whose quality is indisputably present.” Same samples made their way to Essen and I have tasted them. Some more samples are announced and will hopefully arrive during the current week. There will be a weekly update of my tasting notes, whenever samples will arrive. Unfortunately, 2019 arrives in a difficult time, the Corona virus puts the world in fear and makes trade more and more difficult. Trade berries and new customs duties create a difficult frame for this vintage. However, we should not forget one thing: there are wonderful 2019s waiting for us, wines with ageing potential and charm which will survive every crisis.

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Markus Del Monego MW , Pro (Germany)  had a tasting of  15 Wines  from  9 Producers 

As Prowein has been cancelled, I had the time to check a selection of samples I wanted to taste since some time. Today I tasted a small selection of some international sparkling wines. It was a wonderful tasting with some surprises.

13d 13h ago

Markus Del Monego MW , Pro (Germany)  had a Blind tasting of  8 Wines  from  2 Producers 

Tuscany at ist best, a wonderful tasting displaying the wines of two estates which have some excellent qualities to show.

19d 8h ago

Markus Del Monego MW , Pro (Germany)  had a tasting of  5 Wines  from  1 Producers 

„When I saw this spot of earth for the first time, I knew: This is the place where I will live my dream and produce great wines.“ says Ferdinand Graf von Thun. When Ferdinand von Thun bought the Château on the Plateau Cordais from his predecessor, he found 25 acres of newly planted vines. This included Syrah, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon as well as local varieties Duras and Braucol. A multitude of grape varieties, in other words, which until that point had only been established on the Château to make Cuvées, as it is required by the law. In order to discover the specific way in which each grape variety would express the terroir, the Count and his oenological advisor, Riccardo Cotarella, started with making varietal wines. In 2000, they reached the following conclusion: wines made from Duras and Braucol simply did not meet the desired style of Comte de Thun. They were banished. Meanwhile, Syrah, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and later on Pinot Noir as well, found ideal conditions in the sparse, calcareous, partially clay-containing soil of the elevated plain and produced promising and really individual wines. „A fabulous terroir. It is called to produce independent top wines.“ says Dr. Riccardo Cotarella. The tasting of the sparkling wine, Mont Blanc and the 2015 Chope le Coq was hold on Janury 17, the 2017 vintage as well as the red wines of 2012 were tasted on March 26, 2020.

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Markus Del Monego MW , Pro (Germany)  had a tasting of  10 Wines  from  10 Producers 

- WOOD – About the large wooden barrel and small barriques – A tasting featuring various types of wine from the German region "Baden", which were matured in different types of wooden barrels, was hold on February 25, 2020 in Essen.

24d 12h ago

Markus Del Monego MW , Pro (Germany)  had a Blind tasting of  21 Wines  from  11 Producers 

New year's eve brought me a real challenge: I was asked to name a number of "regular" Brut Champagne of renowned houses to be recommended for the readers of a German newspaper. As I had only two hours to answer, I realized I should taste some of the well known names in the new year to get an overview what is available in the market for non vintage Brut and Rosé. The tasting showed some surprises, a quite high level and a quite homogenous one as well. Therefore the blind tasting, hold with some wine friends in Berlin, was not only work but provided some fun too.

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Markus Del Monego MW , Pro (Germany)  had a Blind tasting of  20 Wines  from  6 Producers 

A tasting featuring different types of wines from the Nahe valley was hold on February 19, 2020 at the Collectors Wine World in Essen.

1m 24d ago

Markus Del Monego MW , Pro (Germany)  had a tasting of  18 Wines  from  8 Producers 

A tasting featuring rare wines of the Domaine de la Romanée-Conti was hold by Roger Hirzel, wine collector and owner of the Restaurant Wunderbrunnen in Glattbrugg close to Zurich. The tasting showed 12 wines of the famous estate as well as some Pinot-Noir-Pirates and some other high class surprises. The wines were matched by the fine food of chef de cuisine Nadja Anlicker. All Pinot Noirs, except the magnum of 1999, were decanted between 16.30h and 17.30h, the tasting started at 18.30h with the first flight. The 1999 Clos Saint Denis, the 1970 Vintage Port and the 1983 Château Mouton-Rothschild were decanted shortly before service.

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Markus Del Monego MW , Pro (Germany)  had a tasting of  18 Wines  from  3 Producers 

In 1835 Manuel María González bought a winery in Jerez which he named Tío Pepe after his uncle, who had taught him everything about winemaking. Soon he specialised in Fino Sherry and had a tremendous success. Today Tio Pepe is one of the most famous brands from Spain. Beside an excellent quality on Fino the house González Byass has some very special Sherries to show. They have been presented in this tasting which started with a Tio Pepe in Rama, meaning that this Fino has not been cold-stabilized and not filtered, therefore displaying more complexity and depth. The Palmas series show Fino in three different ages with 6, 8 or 10 years of Solera, complemented by an Amontillado aged for 40 years in the traditional Solera-System. The VORS-Series displays wines which are aged over 30 years in American oak casks. Some of them have an exciting past. The Solera of Del Duque Amontillado began with 16 casks bought from the Duke of Medinaceli in 1835. The Solera for Apóstoles was created in 1862 in honour of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of Spain, on the occasion of her visit to the winery of González Byass. The tasting also showed three marvellous Brandies as well as a white and a red wine from two wineries, nowadays owned by González Byass.

2m 5d ago

Markus Del Monego MW , Pro (Germany)  had a tasting of  31 Wines  from  14 Producers 

The tasting “VDP Grosses Gewächs” presented the vintage 2018. On this year’s tasting I was mainly concentrating on the northern wine areas for Riesling: Mosel, Saar, Ruwer, the Rheingau, Nahe and Mittelrhein. The vintage is rather successful although water stress and heat have been the main topics and made the live for the vintners not easier. However the results are very convincing.

2m 21d ago

Berg Rottland Großes Gewächs Riesling 2018, Johannishof
Hölle Großes Gewächs Riesling 2018, Johannishof
Rausch Großes Gewächs Riesling 2018, Weingut Forstmeister Geltz-Zilliken
Bockstein Riesling GG 2018, Weingut Forstmeister Geltz-Zilliken
Berg Roseneck Großes Gewächs Riesling 2018, Weingut August Kesseler
Seligmacher Riesling GG 2018, Weingut August Kesseler
Kupp Großes Gewächs Riesling 2018, Weingut Peter Lauer
Feils Riesling Grosses Gewächs 2018, Weingut Peter Lauer
Schonfels Großes Gewächs Riesling 2018, Weingut Peter Lauer
Gottesfuss Riesling Grosses Gewächs 2018, Van Volxem
Scharzhofberger Riesling Grosses Gewächs 2018, Van Volxem
Volz Großes Gewächs Riesling 2018, Van Volxem
Altenberg Riesling Grosses Gewächs 2018, Van Volxem
Schlossberg Großes Gewächs Riesling 2018, Weingut Schloss Vollrads
St. Nikolaus Riesling GG 2018, Weingut Josef Spreitzer
Wisselbrunnen Riesling Grosses Gewächs 2018, Weingut Josef Spreitzer
Rosengarten Riesling Grosses Gewächs 2018, Weingut Josef Spreitzer
Kirchenstück Riesling GG 2018, Domdechant Wernersches Weingut
Wisselbrunnen Großes Gewächs Riesling 2018, Weingut Balthasar Ress
Rüdesheimer Berg Rottland Riesling GG 2018, Weingut Balthasar Ress
Marcobrunn Großes Gewächs Riesling 2018, Kloster Eberbach
Baikenkopf Großes Gewächs Riesling 2018, Kloster Eberbach
Herrenberg Großes Gewächs Riesling 2018, Maximin Grünhaus
Bruderberg Riesling GG 2018, Maximin Grünhaus
Abtsberg Großes Gewächs Riesling 2018, Maximin Grünhaus
Nonnberg "Vier Morgen" Riesling GG 2018, Joachim Flick
Königin Victoriaberg Riesling Grosses Gewächs 2018, Joachim Flick
Marcobrunn Riesling GG 2018, Weingut Achim Ritter und Edler von Oetinger
Honenrain Riesling GG 2018, Weingut Achim Ritter und Edler von Oetinger
Jungfer Riesling Grosses Gewächs 2018, Weingut Prinz
Hallgarten Schönhell Riesling Grosses Gewächs 2018, Weingut Prinz

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