2 of the Best Wines of Germany together with the book: The Best Wines of Germany published by Gault & Millau.
2018 HEINBERG Chardonnay**:
A Chardonnay from the Heinberg site, southwest-facing, average slope of 4.0 degrees, limestone marl subsoil - in short: the best Kraichgau Burgundy site. Cellar master Daniel Rupp has worked out the clear Chardonnay style here, but vinified it with an individual signature: Pineapple, apple and melon, some nut, some eucalyptus, dynamic use of wood, enormous length.
2018 LÖCHLE Pinot Gris**:
This Pinot Gris from a protected southern exposure was aged in barrique for eight months - during which time it matured into great finesse and full-bodied character: tropical aromas that join forces with the toasty notes of new wood and exert some pressure, but - and this is the real art - never lay it on too thick.
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