Von Winning Win Win Riesling
Dry as a bone and full of amazing flavour. This is the paradox of dry wines from Pfalz: ultra-modern and exactly the same as they were in 1850.
The grapes for the Win Win come from "Grosses Gewächs" (German for Premier Cru) vineyard sites Reiterpfad, Kalkofen and Kieselberg, with red sandstone and limestone. It's made in 50% large oak barrels and 50% stainless steel.
This is the wine for those who want to discover, or perhaps rediscover what great Riesling is really about. Complex,elegant, finessed with gorgeous citrus lime, a fleck of pepper long, dry finish, and a zip of acidity at the end.
One of Germany’s oldest wineries, Weingut von Winning was founded in 1849 and given a new lease of life by Achim Niederberger in 2007. He brought in the eponymous winemaker, Stephan Attman and, well, the results speak for themselves.
- Fine Dining
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