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Peter Lauer Fass 16 Riesling Trocken
Peter Lauer Fass 16 Riesling Trocken

Gorgeous thirst quenching Riesling, super refreshing, a modern style of German Trocken. Punches well above its weight, excellent value

Origin: Saar, Mosel, Germany
Vintage: 2018
Grape variety: Riesling
Food pairing: 
Drink on its own on a hot summer’s day
Bottle size: 75cl
ABV: 12.5%

Peter Lauer is a third-generation family business, started in 1913 and continued today by Peter's grandson Florian Lauer. Florian has more of a 'natural', non-interventionist approach in the cellar than his predecessors. Wines undergo a long, cool fermentation with ambient yeasts. This wine is filtered, but none are fined – Lauer's wines are proudly vegan, using none of the animal products typical in fining. 


Mehrlein Mittelheimer Edelmann Trocken
Mehrlein Mittelheimer Edelmann Trocken

A fresh and acidic example of Riesling, with stone and citrus fruits combined with fragrant minerality. Versatile, dry and bright.

Origin: Rheingau, Germany
Vintage: 2018
Grape Variety: Riesling
Food Pairings: Shellfish and seafood, light poultry, citrusy dishes
Bottle Size: 75cl
ABV: 11.5%


Joh Jos Prum Riesling Kabinett

This Riesling Kabinett from JJ Prüm, renowned as possibly the top producer in Mosel, delivers big time. Low on alcohol, big on flavour. Off dry but the acidity is balanced. Never sickly, just perfect. This is what summer is made for.
Origin: Mosel, Germany
Vintage: 2015
Grape variety: Riesling
Food pairing: Perfect on its own, but can handle heat, Asian dishes with chilli
Bottle size: 75cl
ABV: 8.5% 

Joh Jos Prum is a producer with few equals in the Mosel; Germany; or the World. Stemming from a family that can trace its roots back around 800 years, there is a tremendous amount of history.
Run by wonderfully eccentric producer Manfred Prum, the estate grows its grapes in the most revered and hallowed soils (slate!) of the Mosel valley. With vineyards in Wehlener Sonnenuhr, Graacher Himmelreich and Zeltinger Sonnenuhr, Manfred's releases are amongst the most anticipated in the world of wine.
His vines in Wehlener Sonnenuhr are south-facing and on an incredibly steep slope. This gives them ample sunlight and a well-draining soil to ripen well in this northern latitude.
Most of the wines are kept in stainless steel to keep them fresh and free of sulphur, although cask ageing is sometimes used to add some character. Often held back by a vintage, Manfred only releases his wines when he knows they are ready. However, they are prized for their longevity and ability to keep developing as they do so.”